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NIR Radio July 17, 2013

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William Wesley is an Adjunct Professor at Golden Gate University’s Ageno School in Business in San Francisco, California. He teaches management principles and business communication in the undergraduate program. William is a Dispute Resolution Arbitrator with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and an author who released his first book, “Full Life Balance: Five Keys to the Kingdom (How to Live Better Every Day)” in 2011. Full Life Balance has been used several times as a college level textbook.

William has over 20 years in sales, financial services and retail sales management. He has been directly involved in the financial services industry since 1995 with such firms as Morgan Stanley, Charles Schwab, Citibank and Merrill Lynch and has held such positions as Financial Advisor, Bank Branch Manager, and Vice President of Investor Education. Prior to his time in financial services he held sales and store manager positions in the consumer retail environment. William holds basic and supervisory securities licenses (Series 7, 24, 63, and 65) and a Life and Disability license. He also holds a Real Estate Brokers license. He received his MBA and his JD (Doctor of Jurisprudence) fromGolden Gate University in San Francisco.

William recently launched the Million Book Campaign, the goal of which is to provide one million books and one thousand seminars and workshops to the incarcerated and the members of the Armed Forces. He is a current advisory board member of Biotech Partners, a Berkeley based youth science internship program. William is a former San Francisco Human Rights Commissioner, the creator of the Stadium Scholarship program, a former Board of Managers member of the Bayview Hunters Point YMCA and the former Program Director of the Mayors Summer Youth Employment Program.