Bill has more than three decades of experience in communications training, corporate public relations, journalism, and military public affairs. He has worked in nearly all 50 states and many foreign countries. His international experience includes training sessions in Argentina, Colombia, Canada, England, Australia, Singapore, Peru, Oman, Qatar, Djibouti, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Kazakhstan, Venezuela, Trinidad, and Thailand.
An award-winning journalist, Bill has worked in print, radio and television, and has contributed stories to CNN, CBS Newsnet, NBC News Channel, AP, and UPI Radio. He has covered presidential primaries and interviewed Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush, and other national candidates. Additionally, Bill has covered such high profile cases as the Jeffrey Dahmer murder investigation and trial.
Bill is a Captain in the United States Navy Reserve and serves as Officer in Charge of the Navy Reserve, Navy Office of Information in New York City. 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. In his nearly 30-year Navy career, CAPT Salvin has served at the Pentagon during Desert Storm, Japan after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, Guantanamo Bay, Australia, Sarajevo, Italy, Hawaii, the USS Blue Ridge, and aboard the aircraft carriers USS Independence and USS Saratoga.
Bill has a B.A. in communications from the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point. He currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona.