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Wilson Williams
Wilson Williams

Liberia

Wilson Williams is a banker and a confident competitor in the August 28 BHP Billiton Marathon scheduled to take place in Monrovia.


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Created: 8th Aug 2011
Modified: 8th Aug 2011
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Professional Information
Professional Areas:
Other
Employer:
International Bank (Liberia) Limited
Position:
Procurement Officer and Dispatcher
Working primarily in:
Liberia

Description of Work:

To create business relationship with venders.


Biographical Information
Wilson Williams
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Aug/20/1980
Gender: male
Location:
  New Matadi, Fanti Town
  International Bank (Liberia) Limited
  City: Monrovia
Tel: +2316-697-702
Place of Origin: Liberia

Wilson Williams is a Liberian born in Monrovia, Montserrado County. He was born unto the union of Mr. and Mrs. Sampson G.Z Williams. His family comes from Gbabloh Town in Grand Gedeh County. He is a Christian by religion and Catholic by faith.

 

Wilson is a graduate of the African Methodist Episcopal Academy on Benson Street in Monrovia and is currently a student at the African Methodist Episcopal University. He studies Economics and Accounting.

 

Wilson is dedicating the marathon to the country and people of Liberia. He is encouraging every Liberian to see the need to promote marathon in their country as a medium of pushing “Mama Liberia” forward.


Accomplishments
Award:

2007- Most outstanding worker, Dyncorp International /SSR

 

            2004-2005- Most Valuable Player in the Liberia Football Association 

                Second Division National League



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