Bill experience spans more than three decades of communications training, corporate public relations, journalism, crisis response, and military public affairs. He has worked in nearly all 50 states and more than 30 foreign countries. His international experience includes conducting training in Argentina, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Bahrain, Canada, Colombia, England, Australia, Singapore, Peru, Oman, Qatar, Djibouti, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Kazakhstan, Venezuela, Trinidad, and Thailand. An award-winning journalist, Bill has worked in print, radio, and television, and has contributed stories to news outlets across the country and around the world.
Bill retired from the US Navy as a Captain after serving 37 years in the United States Navy Reserve for 37 years. His final assignment Special Assistant for Public Affairs at United States Strategic Command. Bill’s last deployment was in 2016-17 where he served for a year in Afghanistan as Director of Public Affairs and Spokesman for US Forces – Afghanistan and NATO’s Resolute Support Mission. In his capacity as a Navy and military spokesman, Bill has been interviewed by The New York Times, CNN, Reuters, AP, BBC, Time, USA Today, and many others. His other Navy assignments have taken him to the Pentagon during Desert Storm, Guantanamo Bay, Australia, Sarajevo, Italy, Hawaii, the Command Ship USS Blue Ridge, and aboard the aircraft carriers USS Independence and USS Saratoga.