Owner, Williamson Livestock Logistics
Cliff Williamson is the Director of Health and Regulatory Affairs for the American Horse Council in Washington, D.C. Cliff grew up outside of Culpeper on his family’s horse farm, where he was a member of two local 4-H clubs. He is a 2008 graduate of Virginia Tech, receiving a degree in Animal and Poultry Science, with emphasis in Production Business. While enrolled, Cliff was an active member of Alpha Gamma Rho and Block and Bridle.
After graduation, he volunteered for the Peace Corps, spending 27 months working in agriculture in Nicaragua as a Food Security Specialist, focusing on improving livestock production and nutrition. Upon his return to the United States in 2011 he began working in the livestock export industry and joined the Culpeper County Farm Bureau Board of Directors as President of the Culpeper Young Farmers Chapter.
“I am eager to participate in VALOR because agricultural growth and food security for the state of Virginia depends on the development of leaders, and the results they obtain. I am honored to participate in that development and share in the responsibility of obtaining results. “
VALOR Class II