Jaime A. Williams has spent his career designing, implementing and managing technology products and services that improve efficiency in the environmental and civil engineering sectors. Jaime currently serves as the Information Technology Officer for the Bay Air Quality Management District, where he manages enterprise architecture, software development and information technology strategy.
Jaime began his career as a consultant for CH2M HILL developing mobile software solutions that integrated GPS and GIS technology for civil infrastructure, resource management and environmental engineering applications. He served in various software development, business architecture and project/program management roles before becoming the Software Development Practice Lead for the Western United States.
In 2008, Jaime joined the Bay Area Air Quality Management District as the Enterprise Software Development Manager to help spearhead the redesign of their air quality regulatory permitting and compliance business processes, and the implementation of a new software platform and systems to support these processes. He served in this role for three years before becoming the Director of Information Services, prior to taking on his current position.
Jaime holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science from Harvard University, and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University.