Bill currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Virginia Energy Purchasing Government Authority (VEPGA) and the Virginia Energy Efficiency Council (VAEEC); is Co-Chair of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Built Environment and Energy Advisory Committee; and serves as Chair of the Metropolitan Washington Regional Emergency Support Function (RESF) 12 – Energy and Critical Infrastructure Committee. Bill also leads national committees on renewable energy strategy planning for various coalitions of cities and counties across the US.
Bill holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, and Master of Science in Engineering (Mechanical & Renewable and Clean Energy concentrations) degrees from the University of Dayton. Bill is currently pursuing a Masters in Sustainable Urban Planning from the George Washington University. Bill’s completed Harvard University’s Executive Education in Sustainability Leadership program and the selective Urban Land Institute-Washington Regional Land Use Leadership Institute. In addition, Bill is 2019-2020 Securing America’s Energy Future (SAFE) Energy Security Fellow. Bill is a registered Professional Engineer, a certified Sustainability Associate through the International Society of Sustainability Professionals, a certified Climate Change Professional (CC-P®), a US Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional, an Eco-District AP, and a Certified Public Manager.