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Mr. Williamson is from Statesboro, Georgia.
Mr. Williamson is a recent college graduate pending the award of Certified Fraud Examiner upon completion of on the job training. A Zell Miller Scholarship Recipient, he completed a rigorous academic curriculum encompassing fraud examination, white-collar crime, the criminal justice system, fraud-related legal issues, and forensic interviewing and interrogation, consistently earning recognition on the Dean’s List. Prior to accepting his position with the Office of Inspector General, Mr. Williamson was a full time student who worked part-time at local area businesses. Additionally, he actively volunteered in the Statesboro community, tutoring students, assisting senior citizens, and provided community outreach.
Mr. Williamson is a Georgia Southern University graduate who holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Certificate in Fraud Examination. He has short term goals of attaining a Master of Accountancy and earning his CPA within a few years.