Photo of Mrs. Tonja Healey.

Mrs. Tonja Healey

Photo of Dr. Al Williams.

Dr. Al Williams


Tonja Healey began her career in education with Brooks County Schools in 1987 after graduating from Valdosta State College. She later received two Master Degrees and a Specialist Degree from Valdosta State University. She was named Teacher of the Year for Barwick Elementary in 1992 and the 1997 Teacher of the Year for Quitman Elementary. Mrs. Healey earned her National Board Certification in 2002. She then began serving Brooks County Middle School as an Assistant Principal. The Quitman - Brooks County Chamber of Commerce awarded her the Professional Achievement award in 2011.

Mrs. Healey currently works in the areas of District Communications, State Assessments, District and School Improvement, Title I Part A, and Title V Part B. She is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, serves on the Quitman - Brooks County Chamber of Commerce Executive Board and is a supporter of Brooks County Trojans extracurricular activities. Mrs. Healey is married to Kevin Healey and has two sons, Cody who was an honor graduate from Brooks County High School’s Class of 2012 and Caleb who was an honor graduate from Brooks County High School's Class of 2017.

Al Williams is a proud veteran of the United States Marine Corps, and is thankful for the opportunity that was presented to him to work as a physical education teacher in Brooks County thirty years ago. Dr. Williams started his administrative journey at Brooks County Middle School as an assistant principal, which eventual lead to the principalship of Brooks County Middle School. He has also served as elementary school principal, alternative school director, Professional Learning Coordinator and Director of Operations.

Dr. Williams is a graduate of Valdosta State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Health and Physical Education and his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Valdosta State University. He also was awarded a Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University and his Doctorate in Educational Leadership. He is married with four children. He enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, golfing, and other outdoor activities.