William graduated from the University of Arkansas in May of 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering. While at the University of Arkansas, he was a member of multiple registered student organizations such as the Omega Omega chapter of Sigma Chi, Biomedical Engineering Society, and Engineering World Health Organization. He was also elected by his peers to represent the College of Engineering in the Associated Student Government Senate. During his academic career, William partnered with a local orthopedic surgeon to design a medical device that would help healthcare professionals monitor the patient recovery from hip and knee arthroplasties. As the spokesperson of the Capstone Senior Design project, William led a group of six engineers to develop the device. Through the relationships developed with sales reps during the project, William decided to pursue a career in medical sales instead of medical research and development. Outside of school William worked as an Applied Behavior Analysis Implementer at a local autism clinic. He is excited to join MSC as an intern and help place graduates in their new careers in the medical sales industry.