Mona K. Williams
Occupation: Attorney from 1989 to the present; Manager of Soil and Water Conservation District from 1982-85; Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service from 1981-82; Desert Hospital (Palm Springs, CA) from 1975-76; Bi-Mart (Corvallis, OR) from 1973-74; Wallowa Lake State Park (Summers) from 1971-73.
Occupational Background: Private practice in Wallowa County since 1989; Counsel to the City of Lostine from 2000 to the present; Counsel to the City of Joseph from 1989-2000.
Educational Background: University of Idaho, JD 1989; Law Review; Eastern Oregon State College, BS, with honors, 1986; Joseph High School, graduated Valedictorian 1971.
Prior Governmental Experience: None
Bar Membership: Member of the Oregon State Bar and the Wallowa County Bar since 1989; Past President of the Wallowa County Bar; Current Chair of the Union/Wallowa Local Professional Responsibility Committee; Member of the Family Law and Estate Planning sections of the Oregon State Bar.
Family: Married (33 years) with two grown sons.
My family has a long history in Wallowa County, going back six generations from my sons. In the early 1970s my husband and I spent five years in Southern California. My heritage and my experience outside of Wallowa County helps me to relate to all the people of this dynamic and unique area. With 16 1/2 years of experience as an attorney, I have the background and court room skills necessary for the job. The people of Wallowa County have had a positive influence on my life, and I look forward to the opportunity to give back to them as their District Attorney.
(This information furnished by Committee to Elect Mona K. Williams District Attorney.)