Haroldo Williams Of Norwalk Joins Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Board

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Haroldo Williams has joined the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum's Board of Trustees. Photo Credit: Contributed

NORWALK, Conn. -- Norwalk resident Haroldo Williams has joined the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum's Board of Trustees.

Williams is senior vice president of operations and information solutions for DocInsight, a healthcare information technology firm developing patient‑engagement communication solutions in Wayne, N.J.

“We are thrilled that Haroldo Williams is joining the museum’s Board of Trustees,” said museum Chairman Patsy Brescia. “Mr. Williams’ significant experience in the IT industry and commitment to nonprofits will be of great service to the board.”

Williams’ business experience is in developing strategy, planning and implementation of solutions integration and business process outsourcing initiatives for Fortune 500 companies spanning the financial services, insurance and healthcare markets.

Before working at DocInsight, he held the position of vice president for global technology integration services at Pitney Bowes Management Services in Stamford.

He received a master's of science in computer science and a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Texas A&I University in Kingsville, Texas.

He has been on the City of Norwalk Human Rights Commission, a member of the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce and mentor in the Norwalk Public Schools.

“It is an honor to become part of the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum,” said Williams. “This institution is a National Historical Landmark that serves the City of Norwalk as an educational and cultural resource."

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