About

The Williamson Museum

The Williamson Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation established in 1997 to collect, preserve and exhibit items relating to the rich culture and heritage of Williamson County.

We offer free and exciting hands-on educational programs to the public through innovative exhibits, tours and outreach including our annual Pioneer Day at Old Settlers Park.

Our Mission

To promote the culture and heritage of Williamson County through education, preservation, acquisition and exhibition.

Our Vision

To become a benchmark for all museums by providing leading-edge historical and cultural education to the public.

OUR TEAM

Nancy Hill

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

  • Bequests
  • Fundraising
  • Media Requests
  • Membership Questions
  • Public Relations

Kathryn Conrad

Curator

  • Artifact Donations, Cataloging, Preservation
  • Exhibition Development
  • Photograph & Research Requests
  • Website Management

Danelle Houck

Educator

  • Courthouse Tours
  • Educational Programs
  • Museum Tours
  • Traveling Educational Trunks

Ben Geiger

VISITOR EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR

  • Membership
  • Volunteering
  • First Friday Partnerships
  • General Questions
  • Museum Store Purchases

Roxanna Petrus

DIGITAL LEARNING COORDINAToR

  • Virtual Programming
  •  Distance Learning Resources
  • Traveling Educational Trunks

Jeanne-Jacqueline Bradfute

MUSEUM STORE MANAGER

  • Museum Store Purchases
  • Consignment Vendors
  • Social Media

OUR BOARD

The Board of Directors of The Williamson Museum serves as the governing body, providing both governance and financial responsibility for the 501(c)(3) organization. The directors represent communities throughout the county, serving a three-year term. Board members volunteer, fundraise and promote the museum.

president
  • Tim Todd, Owner, T.A. Todd Construction
Secretary
  • Victoria Valdez, Aguirre & Fields
Treasurer
  • Alton Martin, Preservation Georgetown
EX Officio (Executive Director)
  • Nancy Hill
Advisory Board
  • Lucia Murguia
  • Andrea Robisheaux
  • Carol Sandlin
Directors
  • Gerald Anderson, Mayor Pro Tem, Taylor TX
  • Konrad Bouffard, Owner, Round Rock Honey
  • Bob Brownfield, Jeweler
  • Joanne Harrah, Community Volunteer
  • Carolyn Holloway, Community Volunteer
  • Sherry Hornsby, Community Volunteer
  • Cathy Jackson, Community Volunteer
  • Tammey Stokely, Owner, Teal Sky Studio
  • Judge Billy Ray Stubblefield, Presiding Judge 3rd District of TX
  • Laura Skandera Trombly, President, Southwestern University
  • David Valdez, Arts Advocate
Presidents Emeritus
  • Joe Savage
  • Patricia Lopacki