William, a remarkable individual born in Eureka, California, brings a wealth of experience and a deep connection to his Native American heritage. With both parents hailing from the Yurok and Karuk Tribes, William carries a strong sense of cultural identity and pride. He pursued his education at Brigham Young University and CalState Sonoma College, where he honed his skills and knowledge. On the baseball field, William made a name for himself as a professional player for the Salt Lake City Trappers, celebrating their championship win in the Pioneer League. Alongside his athletic achievements, William holds dear his role as a family man, being the proud father of four daughters and the loving grandfather of six grandchildren. With his diverse background and passion for sustainability, William brings a unique perspective to his work with Waffle Forest. His unwavering dedication to preserving nature and advocating for sustainable practices makes him an invaluable asset to the team, contributing to a greener and more sustainable world for future generations.