Bills experience, insights, and passion for business is? grounded in 30 years spent in operating executive roles for high-growth public and private companies, including serving as president of three businesses Digital Monitoring Products, Per Mar Security Services, and AMR-TeleService Resources. He also held senior leadership positions with Northwest Bank & Trust Co., Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC), Westcott Communications, and the Wackenhut Corporation. Bill currently serves as a director on the boards of several regional companies, and previously served as a director on the boards of Northwest Investment Corp., Security Network of America, Inc., and Northwest Bank & Trust Co.
After many years of mentoring senior business leaders in various roundtable, small group, and one-on-one settings, Bill is excited to be a member of C12s cadre of dedicated Chairs devoted to serving those the Lord has called to lead businesses for Him. He is pleased to have the opportunity to finish strong by applying the broad business leadership experience and faith walk the Lord has given him to serve New Mexicos Christian marketplace leaders.
Bill holds an MBA degree from the University of Miami and a BBA degree in finance from Florida International University. In addition to his adventures in business, Bill has climbed to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, which at 19,340 feet is Africas tallest mountain. He has scuba dived to a depth of 185 feet, and completed three marathons, including the New York City Marathon. He is also an avid car guy with an affinity for most everything automotive. Bill and his wife, Deb, are both committed evangelical Christians and live in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
We all want compelling work environments in which we ignite imaginations throughout the company and motivate people to achieve new levels of teamwork and productivity, but for many of us, this ideal feels out of reach.
Consumed by work. Arriving early to the office. Staying late. Working weekends. Feeling frustrated by the daily constraints, all while worrying about the company’s future performance. Living this way sends the possibility of a balanced life out the window. Sound familiar to you?