Williams, Ronald A.
Ronald Williams, author was born in the Garden, St. James, Barbados and attended the Coleridge & Parry Schlool.
Now retired, he is a former vice president of the College Board, best known for its SAT® and Advanced Placement® tests. Williams joined the College Board in 2007 from Prince George’s Community College in Largo, Md., where he had served as president since 1999, capping an extensive career with community colleges. Before Prince George’s, he was acting president of the Community College of Philadelphia. Prior to that position, he was vice president for academic affairs at the college.
Williams has been writing all his life but began to think seriously about it as a means of escaping the pressures of the college presidency. He writes fiction, and three of his eight books are part of an ongoing science fiction series. His published novels are Four Saints and an Angel, A Death in Panama, A Voice from the Tomb, The Butterflies’ Coat, The Dark Land, Eurydice’s Song, The Fall of Autumn Leaves and Outside The Gates of Eden.
Ronald enjoys reading and travelling.
General Fiction, Historical Fiction, Speculative Fiction