Boys’ Varsity Swim & Dive Coach Information

  • Holly Williams has been a member of the science department since 1991, teaching biology, botany and DNA science. Williams holds the Independence Foundation Teaching Chair and is the head varsity softball coach and the assistant coach to the surfing and leadership team. She supervises the school’s greenhouse – the Rios Conservatory. Williams spent 40 summers working for Camp Laurel in Maine and her free time is devoted to yoga, knitting and reading. Williams holds a bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry and a master’s degree in science education from Syracuse University.
  • Warren Williams has been teaching and coaching at St. George’s since 1991. He currently teaches all levels of mathematics and coaches varsity cross country. During his tenure at SG, Williams has also taught computer science and coached varsity track & field and varsity swimming. He’s spent 40 summers working at Camp Laurel in Maine, is a lifelong runner, and enjoys competing in road races and triathlons. Williams holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the State University of New York - Cortland and master’s degree from Johnson & Wales University.