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Sigrid Williams


Dr. Sigrid Williams

Associate Professor, Administration of Justice

Norco College School of Human & Public Services

Dr. Williams is a native Californian. Her education and professional training includes a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership, a graduate degree in Public Administration, and a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. She also possesses teaching credentials in Education, Child Development and Family Services, Finance and Business, Public Service, along with a certificate in Basic Understanding in Forensic Science. Since 2005, Dr. Williams has been teaching a variety of criminal justice and public administration courses at Cal State Fullerton. From 2007 until 2017, she worked as a CTE Instructor, CTE Advisory Chair, Public Safety Chair, CTE Program Specialist, Faculty Mentor, and in Curriculum Development.

In 2017, Dr. Williams joined Norco College as a full time Professor in Administration of Justice. In the last five years the program has tripled in size. She is also the advisor of the Criminal Justice Student Association, and a member of various committees on campus. Her doctoral dissertation was on College and Career Readiness: Building 21 Century Competencies in our Students. She has presented at multiple state and national conferences. She is a philanthropist with over 30 years of volunteer service in a variety of organizations, and several years ago earned the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award for volunteer service. Dr. Williams loves the outdoors, traveling with her husband, riding her horses and her Harley. In September of 2022, Dr. Williams was honored as Norco College's Mustang of the Month.


To view the Administration of Justice program page, click here.

Mustang of the Month September 2022 Dr. Sigrid Williams


Mustang of the Month - September 2022

Dr. Williams is a dedicated advocate for the Administration of Justice discipline and students at Norco College. She serves as the faculty advisor for the Criminal Justice Student Association, Co-chair of the Academic Council, IE/Desert Regional Consortium Executive Council, and the Academic Senate CTE liaison. In addition to her college connections, Dr. Williams is a champion for Norco College within the community. As a resident and active member of the Norco community, Dr. Williams serves on the Economic Development Advisory Council and other organizations in the city. Dr. Williams’ nominator writes, “Through her efforts, Dr. Williams has made close connections with our local cities and police departments. This has resulted in internships with the Corona Police Dept and numerous promotional opportunities for the college.” And if that was not enough, Dr. Williams has developed a truly valuable Community Emergency Response Team class, sharing her knowledge to make our community safer.


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