William HayesProduct Manager
When he was in high school, Bill worked with his father to build a computer. In the process, the two learned an important lesson - more RAM means programs, including the internet, run faster. While interested in computers, Bill went to Purdue University to study Marketing. His proudest accomplishment so far is paying off his student loans from Purdue four months ahead of the goal he set for himself.
Bill started working at age ten, delivering newspapers to his neighbors. At that time, he wanted to grow up to be Ryne Sandberg and play baseball for a career. Now he says he’d be a pharmacist if he didn’t have his current career. Whatever his job, though, Bill puts some of his paycheck towards his shot glass collection, a collection that numbers almost 200 pieces.
We are all afforded our physical existence simply to learn about ourselves.Garth Stein