In the mid 80’s, after working as an engineer and lawyer, Bill began a career as a management consultant with a focus on managing business transitions and turnarounds in financially stressed companies often in crisis mode. His assignments have ranged across many industries in both public and private entities. In each case, Bill positioned the company for survival and success through appropriate emphasis on strategic management, internal restructuring, refocused business strategy, re-capitalization, and/or change in ownership to position the company to achieve revenue and profitability growth and/or a successful exit for ownership. Most recently Bill has focused on business and real estate finance. Companies where Bill assumed a leadership role have included Chairman, President & CEO of a $100M NASDAQ Consumer Goods Manufacturing Company, General Manager of a $35M Transportation Company, General Manager of a $50M Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing Company and President of a $10M Specialty Printing Company. A significant number of assignments have involved early stage/high growth companies. Bill Wiley is a native Oregon resident whose successful track record in business management, development and transition spans nearly 30 years. Bill has ownership interests in and provides leadership to several Pacific Northwest businesses while maintaining his main focus on business and real estate finance, along with a consulting emphasis on turnaround, transition management, and crises management usually in companies experiencing financial stress. Bill’s formal education includes Chemical Engineering (OSU), Studies in Finance (CSULB) and Law (UofO). He is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and Oregon State Bar. Bill’s civic service includes an eight-year commitment to the Oregon Energy Facility Siting Council, having been appointed in 1984 by Governor Atiyeh and reappointed in 1988 by Governor Goldschmidt, serving as its Chairman for five years. In addition, Bill served on the Lake Oswego Corporation board from 2000 to 2009, serving as its President 2005-06. Bill and his wife Jill have three children and reside in Lake Oswego, Oregon.