Bryant Williams is a graduate of Olivet College, where he earned a degree in Environmental Science and Biology. Currently, Mr. Williams is with the Cook County Department of Environment. Prior to coming to Cook County, he has worked in the field of industrial hygiene and environmental engineering for over twelve years. He has worked on a wide variety of projects including soil and groundwater remediation, indoor air-quality, and environmental health and safety. Since joining the County, he has been involved with developing and implementing the highly acclaimed Demolition Debris Diversion Ordinance, one of the most aggressive in the Midwest. Bryant is a member of a variety of environmental organizations, focusing on pollution prevention and environmental education. A lifelong resident of Chicago’s Southside, Mr. Williams is excited about using his experience to help establish Cook County as a world-class model of sustainability and spreading this message to all of the communities within Cook County Illinois.