William holds a building engineering degree (B.Eng) from Concordia University and is currently completing graduate studies in sustainable carbon management at Université du Québec à Chicoutimi. He studied bioclimatic architecture in Mexico and wind energy in Ireland. William has two LEED professional accreditations (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and is an Environmental Professional in training (ECO Canada), as well as a Living Future Accredited Professional (Living Building Challenge). He is fluent in French, English and Spanish. He is the official ambassador for the Northwest Territories Living Building Challenge Collaborative, which he launched at the Northwest Territories Association of Architects’ conference Changing Climate Changing Buildings in Yellowknife in November 2017. In 2017-2018, William was invited to present the project for the Northern Centre for Sustainability in Yellowknife, Anchorage, Toronto, Montreal, Singapore and Seattle.