Jon Waggoner
Jon Waggoner
Secretary to the Board of Trustees

Reporting to the Board and serving as the institution’s corporate secretary, Mr. Waggoner is the official point of contact for the Trustees when communicating within and outside of the university. Jon Waggoner has been employed by Auburn in many roles, including Special Counsel to the President, University Counsel, counsel to multiple AU-related foundations, Interim Vice President of Student Affairs, Interim AVP for Auxiliaries, and as an adjunct professor in the School of Accountancy.

A native of Tucker, Georgia, Mr. Waggoner is a 1992 Auburn alumnus, receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in English. While attending Auburn University, he served as SGA President and sat as an ex officio member of the Auburn University Board of Trustees. His Juris Doctorate was awarded from the University of Alabama, where he served on the Alabama Law Review. He has been admitted to the Alabama State Bar Association, Georgia State Bar Association, Florida State Bar Association and New York State Bar Association. His professional background includes clerking for Chief Justice Perry Hooper, Sr. of the Alabama Supreme Court; practicing corporate and commercial law in Atlanta; and serving as a partner in the law firm of Miller, Hamilton, Snider & Odom, LLC.

Mr. Waggoner is married to AU alumnus Kammi Santavicca Waggoner. They are the proud parents of two children: Rett and Emery.

Sherri M. Williams
Sherri M. Williams
Deputy Board Secretary

Williams, serving as Deputy Board Secretary has been employed with Auburn University for over 25 years. Williams graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies in 2006 and a master’s in higher education administration in 2011 and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Higher Education Administration.

Williams resides on the beautiful Lake Martin in Dadeville, Alabama. She is married to Stanley Williams and is the mother of two daughters, Britney and Rae and the grandmother of twins Brylee and Jaxson Freeman.

Last updated: July 30, 2019