WILLIAM (WILL) SIMMONS is the district court administrator for the Sixth Judicial Administrative District in Georgia, which comprises 20 superior court judges, 14 counties, and 5 judicial circuits. Previously, he served as the law library director and program manager for the Cobb County Judicial Circuit and as superior and state court administrator for the Clayton Judicial Circuit. Dr. Simmons was recognized as a Georgia Trend Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40 and an Outstanding Georgia Citizen by the secretary of state. He is a past president of the Georgia Council of Court Administrators and served on the NACM Board as the large court director and at-large director. A member of the Board of Trustees for the Savannah State University Foundation, he received his Bachelor of Science degree in political science from Savannah State University, Master of Arts in leadership and public administration from Shorter University, and a Doctor of Education degree from Argosy University.