Will holds a strong vision for a world in which communities have restored the bond between each other and the natural world we all share.
After studying International Development and Sustainability at GWU, he embarked on an almost three year journey to New Zealand, Australia, and SE Asia. It was during this journey that he saw firsthand the massive environmental, economic, and social challenges we all face as a collective species. He studied and volunteered with organizations focusing on local and unique solutions to these challenges, much of which focused on plastic waste and education.
He currently resides in the beautiful Berkshires of Western Massachusetts where he has become focused on the local food movement and regenerative agriculture. He is always searching for new projects, like an entirely zero waste farm stand! This mission has also coincided with the emerging potential that solar energy has in his home state and wants to do everything he can to spread the word. You can find him with his hands and feet in the dirt, smiling at the world around him.