William has excellent writing skills. In the past 35 years, he worked on more than 3,000 writing projects which include: Academic Papers, Journal Articles, Annual Reports, Business Plans, Grants, Request for Proposals, Press Releases, Public Speeches, Blogs, Biographies, Technical Manuals, Private Placement Memorandums, Prospectus, Offering Documents, Debentures, Grants, Operational Plans, Strategic Plans, Marketing Programs, Advertising Copy, Cartoons, Children's Books, Screenplays, Novels and more.
William has industry experience in film, television, information technology, non-profits, social media, business management, accounting, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, media, advertising, publishing, and entertainment. He structured financing for companies in entertainment, technology, real estate, biotech, insurance, and banking. He has direct experience in managing an extensive investment portfolio.
He has practical experience in management of companies in the entertainment industry. He has owned a nightclub and recording studio. He has experience in large-scale event production. He produced a live radio show for national syndication. He co-produced a live interactive television series in 1992 - 1993 called "21st Century Vaudeville" that ran for 110 episodes in 81 markets which included a successful prime time run on a major NBC affiliate in the Boston area.
In 1994, He produced a television news magazine (26 episodes) called "Thumbs Up" that reviewed development in new media, computer gaming, animation, and the earliest commercial advancements on the Internet. He has extensive experience in music, production, film, television, computer programming, software development, and interactive Internet technology.
His education background consists of earning a B.A. in Business Economics (double major) from UCLA, a MBA from Boston University, and a Master of Arts in Broadcast Communication from San Francisco State University.