The Port of Caddo-Bossier welcomes new commissioner

Shreveport attorney Joshua K. Williams has been sworn-in as the newest member of Caddo-Bossier Port Commission. Williams officially took his new seat at the Port Commission’s meeting on September 13. The Shreveport Council approved his appointment at its August 24 meeting. 

Williams is an attorney in Shreveport. He went into private practice after working for the Caddo District Attorney’s office. Williams is a Shreveport native and graduate of Captain Shreve High School. He graduated from University of New Orleans with a degree in business administration. Williams graduated from Southern University Law Center in 2013. 

“As a lawyer, Joshua will bring an incredible amount of knowledge to the Commission. This is a pivotal time for the Commission as we are underway on the planning and implementation of several large scale projects, as well as, master planning some 2,000 acres of newly acquired property,” said Port Commission President Roy Griggs. “The Commission looks forward to working with Joshua as we continue to grow our operations and create jobs, investment and opportunities for the citizens of Caddo and Bossier Parishes.” 

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