WILLIAMSBURG — William & Mary honored Williamsburg City Council members Barbara Ramsey and Stacy Kern-Scheerer during the annual Charter Day commemoration of its founding in 1693 on Friday.
Ramsey, a graduate of the class of 1975, received the Alumni Medallion, recognizing people who represent outstanding commitment, dedication and support for William & Mary; exemplary accomplishments in their professional lives; and leadership in civic engagement in their communities, according to a City of Williamsburg press release, while Kern-Scheerer is received the Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award, which “recognizes a teaching member of the William & Mary community who has demonstrated, through concern as a teacher and through character and influence, the inspiration and stimulation fo learning to the betterment of the individual and society.”
Ramsey has been a member of the city council since 2016. Read more about Ramsey and the Alumni Medallion.
Kern-Scheerer has been a member of the city council since January. Read more about Kern-Scheerer and the Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award.
The city congratulated Ramsey and Kern-Scheerer for the honors, thanking them for their “continued service to the Williamsburg community.”