Bill’s career in the Information Technology industry began in 1967 with IBM Corporation’s computer services and software division as a systems engineer trainee. He progressed to full account manager. Later, Bill advanced to a new publicly held international computer services company, Comshare, Inc., as branch manager and later regional manager for sales and systems support for the eastern half of the U.S. including 14 offices while managing over half of the company’s revenue.
In 1980 Bill moved to the IT staffing sector and in 1983 became one of the founders of MATRIX, and subsequently directed the establishment of the Professional Services Division. He holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Oglethorpe University.
Bill has served on a number of Boards in an effort to help others through his experience. Currently, he serves as President for the two Boys & Girls Clubs of Nassau County FL (NE Florida), Baptist Medical System Board member (five hospitals), and in a leadership role at Amelia Plantation Chapel.