is an seasoned professional with more than 15 years of proven success advocating for private sector and government clients at the federal level.
Bill worked for 10 years honing his skills in positions at the White House, the U.S. Senate and the US House of Representatives.
co-created a coalition of auto community mayors - now known as the Manufacturing Alliance of Communities
(MAC) - in response to the needs of local communities facing drastic downturns in their economies because of auto plant closures and fought successfully in 2009-2010 for the establishment of the $773 million RACER Trust to remediate and redevelop 89 former General Motors sites around the nation.
In March 2014, Bill
worked with the City of Cincinnati
to obtain $4.5 million in immediate U.S. Army Corps of Engineers construction funding to complete the federal authorization for the first phase of the $120 million Cincinnati Central Riverfront Project.
Recent Career Highlights:
In December 2013, Bill
worked with the White House
Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
to organize a Mayors Manufacturing Summit at the White House featuring members of President Obama's Cabinet and prominent manufacturing mayors from around the nation.
Read more at the MAC website:
In March-April 2014, Bill
worked with the Port of Cleveland
to create a strategy for the US Customs and Border Protection to implement an interim security protocol to allow the Port's new international container cargo service with the Port of Antwerp - the first such service on the Great Lakes in 40 years - to go forward as scheduled.
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