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After meeting at The University of Alabama, working side-by-side as bartenders and forming a solid friendship, Kathleen Strawn and Thomas Williams’ relationship shifted gears.
While in Houston, she also served as an adjunct instructor in the History Department at the University of Houston. Williams holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, Massachusetts) and a Master´s Degree in Arts and Cultural Administration from Goucher College (Baltimore, Maryland).
Kathleen has always approached healing from a holistic perspective.
Four years later, they hosted a wedding that was a stunning illustration of family traditions and love. Thomas eventually made his way to Nashville, and in the fall of 2013, he asked Kathleen to be his wife.
Thanks to the help of Kathleen’s sister, he was able to put on a production with candles and music to surprise Kathleen with the big question.
In making the appointment, Professor Weinstein said, “Ms.
Williams brings a broad knowledge of the fields of archives and documentary editing to the Commission and its work.