State Representative Quentin “Q” Williams is honored to serve the 100th District in the Connecticut General Assembly. Representative Williams is the first African-American to represent the City of Middletown in Connecticut’s legislature. Rep Q’s serves as Chair of the Aging Committee and founded the Connecticut Downtown Main Street Caucus. Quentin is a graduate of Middletown Public Schools and Bryant University, and he earned his Master’s of Public Administration from Villanova University.
Quentin serves Excellence Community Schools as their Director of Advocacy and Policy, co-founder and co-director of EquityCT, a non-for-profit building actionable understanding of equity, and as an adjunct professor at the University of Hartford. As a member of the legislature, Rep Q has championed strengthening connectivity and visitation for seniors in nursing care, retirement for all, elimination of daylight savings time, and expanding solar panel and battery adoption.
Quentin Williams’s Ideas
Problem 64% of Americans are not prepared for retirement and 45% of Americans have no retirement savings. Social security will only replace 40% of retirees’ […]
Safety Net | Quentin Williams | Representative | Middletown, CT