Rob Williamson joined the Monogram Club Board of Directors in 2013 to serve a three-year term ending in 2016.
Williamson is the founding attorney at Williamson & Associates PC, a law firm with locations in Massachusetts and North Dakota. He is also President of Caribou Energy Corporation, an oilfield services company. He also currently serves as a JAG officer in the Army National Guard, where he has served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Germany, Korea, Poland and Cuba.
A cancer survivor, Williamson ran the Chicago Marathon in Oct. 2011 as part of his involvement in Team in Training, an organization dedicated to helping individuals form groups to prepare for marathons, while raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Along with former teammate Chris Parent ('93), Williamson has also made multiple relief trips to Haiti, after the earthquake that devastated the country in 2010.
Williamson was an Army ROTC cadet, member of the Irish lacrosse team and recipient of the Bryan V. Kanaley Award, the most prestigious honor bestowed upon student-athletes at Notre Dame. He graduated in 1993 with a degree in government and international studies, and a concentration in peace studies. He earned an MBA and JD from the University of Denver, where he is also an adjunct instructor in Leadership and Organizations.
Rob and his wife, Aimee ('93), have two children: Colton, a junior at Notre Dame, and Helena. The Williamsons reside in North Attleboro, Mass.