Correspondence Secretary

Nicholas Williams


Nicholas Williams, a native of Nashville, Tennessee, learned the importance of conservation and agriculture spending time with his father who worked with the Agriculture Extension and Research farm at Tennessee State University.

Nicholas received his Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business from Tennessee State University in 2012. Upon his graduation, Nicholas has worked to embody the motto of his alma mater, “Think, Work, Serve.”

Nicholas has 9 years of service with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and has worked in various positions within the agency. He currently serves as the State Environmental Quality Incentives Program Manager in Jackson, Mississippi.

Nicholas has also served as Soil Conservationist Trainee (Iowa and Tennessee); Soil Conservationist (Iowa and Georgia); District Conservationist (Indiana).

In seeking another opportunity to grow and serve, Nicholas was selected to join the Louisiana-Mississippi-Tennessee Southeast Leadership Development Program and it has afforded him the opportunity to serve as Acting Assistant State Conservationist for Management and Strategy in Alabama.

Valuing the range of knowledge he has gained from working in different states, Nicholas has also participated in encouraging diversity and inclusion within NRCS and his community by serving as a Hispanic Emphasis Program Manager and Asian American Pacific Islander Program Manager for Civil Rights Committees, an area chair for the Soil and Water Conservation Society, an area representative for Service Center of the Future Team, and an area Earth Team Volunteer Coordinator.

Nicholas has been a member of the National Organization of Professional Black NRCS Employees (NOPBNRCSE) since 2015 and is a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Nicholas has a passion for people, enjoys learning from everyone he encounters, looks forward to the opportunity to continue to grow as an employee within NRCS and has a desire to assist others with doing the same.


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