Rev. Chette Williams, a former Auburn linebacker, serves as the Auburn football team chaplain. Williams is also the Auburn campus director for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the State Director for Urban Ministries for FCA.
During his playing career (1982-84), Auburn won the Sugar Bowl, the Citrus Bowl and the Liberty Bowl.
The former President of IMPACT Ministries in Spartanburg, S.C. (1995-99), Williams served as Pastor of New Covenant Baptist Church in New Orleans, La. (1993-95) and co-Pastor of New Song Baptist Church in Mobile, Ala. (1991-93). He was licensed as a minister in 1987 and ordained in 1988. He received a bachelor's degree from Auburn in adult education in 1985, and a master's of divinity from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in 1993.
Williams has two daughters, Lauren and Caitlyn, and one son, Chette Jr.