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Bill embarked on his journey with the family business back in 1990, starting as a recruiter within the healthcare sector. Through hands-on experience and a thirst for industry knowledge, he swiftly diversified his expertise, delving into outside sales and managerial roles. In 1998, as the founders Skip and Annette Emerson, gradually transitioned away from day-to-day operations, Bill assumed the helm as president.
Bill is serving as a current board member of the Greater Philadelphia YMCA, President of the Mid-Atlantic Staffing Association (MASA), and a member of Rowan University’s Entrepreneurship Advisory Council (EAC). His past commitments to nonprofits and community involvement include roles such as Chairman of the Board for the YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties, Chairman of the Tri-State Human Resources Career Management Committee, President of the Moorestown Football Parents Club, President of The Tender, Chairman of the Burlington County YMCA Human Resources Council, member of the Urban Promise Development Committee, President of the Garden State Rotary Club, President of Moorestown Youth Football, and active coach in Moorestown youth sports.
He has been actively involved in numerous speaking engagements and panels for various organizations, including NJSA’s State of Staffing, PSHRM, Burlington County Chamber of Commerce, CEO Think Tank, Chamber of Commerce South Jersey Quarterly Business Outlook, Tri-State HR, NJ One Stop Career Center, Career Transition Partnership, Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, to name a few. Additionally, he served as a moderator for EFSNJ (Entrepreneurs Forum of Southern New Jersey) during their “Managing Employee Challenges” session featuring an expert panel.
On a personal note, Bill earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Springfield College in Springfield, MA. He and his wife Annemarie reside in Moorestown, NJ, where they have raised their two children.
“Creating an environment that helps both clients and employees reach their personal, professional and financial goals is my number one priority. When this is accomplished, everything else falls into place.”