Tom M. Williams Named Louisville Peacemaker of the Year
Tom M. Williams ’90 was named the 2011 “Louisville Peacemaker of the Year” by Interfaith Paths to Peace (IPP), an interfaith peacemaking organization. In making the presentation, organization executive director Terry Taylor cited Williams’ work in furthering the idea of Restorative Justice, his efforts to foster leadership for the community, his success in creating Thomas Merton Square, and his volunteer efforts with various groups.
Mr. Williams serves as vice chair of the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Practice Group at Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC. Since 2004 he has been recognized by Chambers USA as a “Leader in Kentucky” in the field of labor and employment law. Williams has also served as president of the Louisville Bar Association. Active within the community, he has worked as board chair for the Leadership Louisville Center, has been a member of the Board of Interfaith Paths to Peace, and currently serves on the Board of the Thomas Merton institute for Contemplative Living.
IPP is a Louisville-based interfaith peacemaking organization.