Title: Retired Park Ranger
Company: City of New Haven Department of Parks, Recreation and Trees
Location: Hamden, Connecticut, United States
Wray A. Williams, Retired Park Ranger at the City of New Haven Department of Parks, Recreation and Trees, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in environmental conservation.
In his youth, Mr. Williams exhibited a strong passion for wildlife and the environment, which subsequently fostered an interest in wildlife rehabilitation after joining a nature club at a young age. After attending a veterinary medicine institution for two years, he understood his own desire to communicate efficiently to other humans, and shortly thereafter, decided to delve into environmental conservation. For more than 30 years, he excelled as a park ranger for the City of New Haven Department of Parks, Recreation and Trees in Connecticut from 1989 until his retirement in 2020. In his role, he maintained responsibility for environmental education, parks maintenance and the supervision of recreation programs.
A certified archery instructor and team building facilitator as well, Mr. Williams has also demonstrated versatility in his profession by authoring two books. He currently has three more books in the works. He attributes his success to being surrounded by excellent mentors and leveraging his own sense of creativity to enhance his professional endeavors. He is a past member of the Connecticut Challenge Course Association, and looking toward the future, intends to volunteer as a docent at his local zoo.
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