William graduated from the University of Central Florida in 1988 with a degree in Electrical Engineering.He began his career working in Washington DC as a Program Manager working with the Marine Corpsdeveloping a mobile, secure tactical communications system. After working with the Marine Corps, hewent to work at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) as a Lead Program Managerfor their Tactical Technology Division.
William left government work in 1996 to pursue a career in the telecommunications industry. He beganworking with MCI as a senior program manager leading efforts to implement MCI’s largest and mostcomplicated customer networks. After MCI he went to work for Century Link (then Qwest) where hegained his first experience in working with a start-up. At Century Link he worked extensively developingnew process and procedures, cross-organizational team building, and improving operational efficiencies.
In 2004 William moved to Phoenix to start up a wireless broadband internet company. He led companyoperations growing the business from zero to 6000+ customers in the first three years. William alsoparticipated in the successful raising of $60M in Federal small business loans to grow the businessthroughout Arizona and Florida.
At this point William left to pursue his own business endeavor starting a commercial propertymaintenance company. As much as he enjoyed being entrepreneurial, he enjoyed raising his two youngchildren Aidan and Alana even more. He loved spending timing coaching his son’s little league baseballteam and attending Alana’s dance recitals and volleyball games. William successfully operated thecompany for over ten years until he exited the business in 2019 to pursue new endeavors in theconsulting and golf industries.
William is a firm believer in the concept of “passing it on”. With that in mind joining John WatersConsulting was the best way to share the knowledge and experience he’s gained over his thirty yearcareer with other entrepreneurs and start up’s. John’s focus on small to medium sized businessesproved to be a perfect match.
In his personal time William is an avid golfer and squash player, and loves everything outdoors such asfishing, surfing, mountain biking, and snowboarding.
●Chad was working long days, he was burned out, discouraged with his employees and had poor cash flow in his service business. Find out how we helped and the results.
●Rusty lost his passion and felt trapped and consumed by his high end retail game furniture business. Find out how we helped and the results.
●Warren hit a ceiling in his commercial landscape maintenance company and was challenged to growbeyond $3,000,000. Find out how we helped and the results
●John was stretched thin and struggling with inefficiencies in his commercial HVAC business. Find outhow we helped and the results.