Debbie Williams

Chief Operating Officer
Vice President, Communications and Marketing
ASU Enterprise Partners
As chief operating officer of ASU Enterprise Partners, Debbie Williams supports the overall organization and its subsidiaries in meeting their individual and collective revenue goals to support the success of Arizona State University. Throughout Campaign ASU 2020, she led the marketing and communications team that supported the Foundation’s success in surpassing their $1.5 billion fundraising goal.

An integral part of Penn State’s communications efforts from 1993 through 2002, Williams edited The Penn Stater magazine, distributed to the largest alumni association in the U.S. Later she was tapped to direct communications for the university’s first $1 billion fundraising campaign, which surpassed its original goal by more than $400 million.

Williams then moved to California to serve as general manager of Woodward West Action Sports and Gymnastics Camp, the second-largest such camp in the world. During her decade tenure, she oversaw the construction of the $7 million facility that today attracts more than 3,000 Olympic and X Games hopefuls from across the country and around the world annually.

Williams earned her master’s, bachelors, and associate degrees from Penn State. Her non-fiction creative writing has appeared in regional and national publications.

Debbie Williams

Chief Operating Officer
Vice President, Communications and Marketing
ASU Enterprise Partners
As chief operating officer of ASU Enterprise Partners, Debbie Williams supports the overall organization and its subsidiaries in meeting their individual and collective revenue goals to support the success of Arizona State University. Throughout Campaign ASU 2020, she led the marketing and communications team that supported the Foundation’s success in surpassing their $1.5 billion fundraising goal.

An integral part of Penn State’s communications efforts from 1993 through 2002, Williams edited The Penn Stater magazine, distributed to the largest alumni association in the U.S. Later she was tapped to direct communications for the university’s first $1 billion fundraising campaign, which surpassed its original goal by more than $400 million.

Williams then moved to California to serve as general manager of Woodward West Action Sports and Gymnastics Camp, the second-largest such camp in the world. During her decade tenure, she oversaw the construction of the $7 million facility that today attracts more than 3,000 Olympic and X Games hopefuls from across the country and around the world annually.

Williams earned her master’s, bachelors, and associate degrees from Penn State. Her non-fiction creative writing has appeared in regional and national publications.