Bill taught SAT test prep for eight years in New York and North Carolina with The Princeton Review and currently teaches classes and workshops throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. He conducts SAT strategy seminars at high schools and colleges throughout the Southeast, and his students have a typical score improvement of 200+.
Bill also teaches in Durham and Chatham County and tutors kids of all ages in general academia. He has a specialty working with special needs kids in classrooms and in homes in Durham, Chatham, Wake and Orange counties. Bill is a contributing editor for Princeton Review's 2013 Edition of 11 Practice Tests and holds a BA in Science and Theater from The State University of New York.
Additionally, Bill is an entrepreneur. He founded "Jordan's Jack O'Lantern Pies and Desserts," which took Chapel Hill by storm last Thanksgiving. The pumpkins are donated by farmers, so as not to go to waste and scrumptious homemade fresh, fresh treats are made. Surplus ingredients are donated to the homeless centers so they can have baking fun and plenty of food over the holidays.