Rev. Dwight Williams brings over 25 years of public service and community leadership. He is a successful Non-Profit Executive. He served for over 3 years as President of the Board of Directors of UCP of San Joaquin, Calaveras and Amador counties . He also served as Board President of People and Congregations Together for Stockton. Pastor Williams also served on the Board of Directors of American Baptist Churches USA for 6 years.
Rev. Dwight Williams is a successful businessman. He is the Owner/ President of Dwight Williams Enterprises a Business Advertising and Marketing Consulting Company. DWE owns Biz Star Solutions a Full Service Web Hosting and Public Relations Company.
Rev. Williams is also the Founder, Pastor/President of New Genesis Outreach Ministries of Stockton Incorporated. New Genesis is a Nondenominational Church organization that is PASSIONATE about JESUS CHRIST and community outreach and engagement.
Reverend Dwight Williams has been a Public Servant and Community Change Agent for decades. He has held numerous positions of leadership on the local , regional, state and national levels. Among some of his past and current positions includes Member and Vice Chairman of the City of Stockton Planning Commission, former Chaplain with the Stockton Police Department and President of the Tri Valley Pastors and Ministers Fellowship. He currently serves as a member of The San Joaquin County Commission on Aging Chairman of The City of Stockton Measure A Citizens Advisory Committee, Chairperson of the San Joaquin County Children Services Coordinating Commission and Chairman of the San Joaquin County Republican Party.
Reverend Dwight Williams brings years of experience to the table that help him be a effective leader. He holds a Associate of Biblical Studies degree and a Bachelor of Theology degree from Sacramento Theological Seminary and Bible College. Pastor Williams also brings years of consistent public policy research and community experience. He also holds a Honorary Doctorate of Divinity degree from Sacramento Theological Seminary and Bible College for years of pastoral service. Dr. Williams also brings over 20 years of community service to which he was awarded a Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from The Christian University of Southern Indiana.