earned a B.S. (2011) and M.S. (2013) in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences from the University of
Wisconsin - Madison. In 2013, Bill began working at the University of Oklahoma and Storm Prediction
Center in Norman, OK as a Satellite Liaison before transitioning to the National Weather Service in
Pueblo, CO as a forecaster in 2016. In 2019, Bill joined the Regional And Mesoscale Meteorology
(RAMM) Branch of NOAA/NESDIS as a research meteorologist. Bill's expertise and interests include
developing and sharing best practices, displays, and procedures for incorporating geostationary and
polar-orbiting satellite data into NWS operations. He has made numerous presentations at scientific
meetings, and published scientific journal articles, technical reports, and blog posts.