William is responsible for assisting in curriculum development and researching the connection between Priority Thinking®, leadership and ethics in organizations. William has significant experience in the medical device industry. Prior to that, he served as an Airborne Ranger with the United States Army’s XVIII Airborne Corps as a reconnaissance platoon leader and sniper employment officer. His missions have included tours in Korea, United States and Iraq. He was seriously injured serving as a combat leader in Iraq. After two years of rehabilitation William realized that he would not be able to complete his career as an Army officer, and he was medically retired as a Captain to begin a new path for his life.
Since his rehabilitation, William has become very involved in community service. He co-founded the Wounded Patriot Foundation and OASIS (Outdoor Adventures for Sacrifice in Service) Adaptive Sports. William also actively volunteers and serves on the board for Cameron Community Ministries (an ecumenically based poverty outreach center) in Rochester, New York. Additionally, William teaches adaptive athletics, mentors several disabled populations and participates in adaptive athletics and wounded veteran fundraising activities and outreach efforts nationally.
A graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, William earned his MBA in Health Sciences Management and Operations and a Masters in Public Health from the University of Rochester. William resides in the Washington, D.C. area with his wife and children.