School Support and Improvement → Area Associate Superintendent
Dr. Darryl L. Williams currently serves as area associate superintendent of K–12 for eight Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) clusters. Dr. Williams supervises three directors of learning, achievement, and administration; and nine instructional specialists of learning and achievement. Previously, Dr. Williams served as the associate superintendent of secondary schools where he supervised seven directors of school support and improvement who supported 40 middle schools and 28 high schools. He serves on the superintendent’s Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and a variety of workgroups and committees to improve teaching and learning systemwide. Prior to these positions, he served two years as the associate superintendent of all 38 MCPS middle schools and two years as the community superintendent for the Damascus, Gaithersburg, Magruder, and Watkins Mill clusters. From 2007–2011, Dr. Williams served as the principal at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Maryland. He also served as a school administrator at Gaithersburg High School and William H. Farquhar Middle School.
Dr. Williams earned his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Hampton University and a Master of Arts in Educational Administration from American University. He received his doctoral degree from the University of Maryland at College Park. He is a native Washingtonian and was a member of the first graduating class at Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in 1984. He began his teaching career as a mathematics teacher at Banneker Academic High School from 1988 to 1994.