William Torgerson

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I'm a problem solver, operations expert, and tinkerer; and I love helping dedicated entrepreneurs expand on what they've built.

I currently work as the Senior Vice President of Operations at Stavis & Cohen Financial, LLC. I chose this position because of the passion of the founders, the vision they shared with me, and the way they embraced the opportunities presented by the changing landscape of the financial services industry. Since joining their firm I have been able to upgrade their technological infrastructure from the phone system and computers to the CRM and portfolio reporting software. Systems and operations fascinate me, and nothing allows me to get into the details of operations like a CRM migration and customization project. Working with the talented and dedicated staff members allows me the great pleasure of designing and implementing solutions to reduce friction in processes wherever possible.

Working with entrepreneurs affords me the opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment focused on results, and I've always believed that the best way to grow myself is to surround yourself with growth oriented people.

I spent my childhood moving up and down the east coast with my family, and I enjoyed taking in the different environments, culture, and people I have the jay of meeting. Originally from Alabama, I found a second home in Texas. Whenever I'm not working on my next project, I try to get out of Houston for camping or hiking to combine my love of nature and travel.

Thank you for visiting! Click the link to see my resume and I encourage you to read my writting samples as well. They are not only samples of a core skill, but also contain valuable information I think will be applicable to anyone.

“It is said an Eastern monarch once charged his wise men to invent him a sentence to be ever in view, and which should be true and appropriate in all times and situations. They presented him the words, 'And this too, shall pass away.' How much it expresses! How chastening in the hour of pride! How consoling in the depths of affliction!”