Williams is a writer, editor, volunteer, wife and mother who has been active in
education advocacy for more than 20 years.
contributing editor of RFD-TV The
Magazine. That's the bimonthly publication of RFD-TV, a fast-growing
national TV network based in Elkhorn, Neb., with a reach of over 31 million
people. The magazine covers rural lifestyles, equine, agriculture, and country
music and entertainment. See www.rfdtv.com
websites are www.ShowandTellforParents.com,
www.GoBigEd.com and www.RadiantBeams.org, with a humor
thrown in for good measure.
newspaper reporter and longtime free-lance writer, Susan served on the board of
directors of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Omaha, where she developed a keen
interest in improving education for disadvantaged children. She hosted a talk
show about education on a local radio station, taught newswriting and reporting
at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and has led a number of creativity and
writing workshops and teams over the years.
Susan and her husband Dave Williams, president of Drake-Williams Steel of
Omaha, have four daughters: Jordan and Neely are Phi Beta Kappa college
graduates, Eden is a student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Maddy
is "majoring in freckles" at an Omaha-area grade school.
School Treats series is from Susan's collection of activities derived from her
years of working with children, youth and adults in developing creativity and
communication skills. She designed After School Treats to deliver enrichment
activities that are different from what kids do in school, yet are still highly
supportive of educators' goals.
a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) corporation, After School Treats, Inc., to receive charitable
donations for mini-grants to provide enrichment opportunities for disadvantaged
children and youth in the Omaha metropolitan area through After School Treats
Mini-Grants. The Mini-Grants are funded through donations and the sale of ads
on this website.
that hundreds more ideas for learning activities, and thousands of dollars,
will be contributed by people who share her desire to help enrich the
educations of all children, but especially the disadvantaged ones, who
especially need and deserve our help and support.
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