Will studied computer science and music at Princeton and went on to experience life at huge corporations, such as Microsoft and Google, and with small companies as a freelancer. Because of this breadth, Will knew that he wanted to join a specific kind of team—one that functioned more like a startup pocket within a larger organization.
Will’s main goal is making future product iterations faster—a task that requires modularization in code and the use of shared components to get collaboration-centered tools into users' hands. Though his undertakings are sometimes top-secret, Will always strives to implement and improve best practices. In fact, that approach is what helped him take the MVP title during the company’s Hack Week.