Screen Name: William_M_Windsor
Overview: William M. Windsor used to be a reasonably normal husband, father, and grandfather. He is committed for the rest of his life to battling judicial and government corruption, but he lost his family in the process.
Biography: I began my career as a junior at Texas Tech University in 1969. I became involved in the T-shirt business in 1969, and after eight years as a retailer, wholesaler, and manufacturer, I launched the trade magazine and trade show for the industry in 1977. I am considered by many to be the father of the multi-billion dollar "imprinted sportswear industry." I started other magazines and shows, and sold the company in 1981 and "retired" at the age of 33.
My retirement didn't last long. I have owned and/or operated many magazines and trade shows, travel businesses, retail stores, manufacturing companies, printing company, typesetting business, advertising agency, marketing companies, convention services businesses, souvenir and gift businesses, tourist attractions, resort businesses, music businesses, computer software company, a consulting company, a food franchise, internet businesses, and more. I have written numerous articles, books, training programs, and manuals. I have spoken at conferences and trade shows across North America and in Europe, Australia, and China.
From 1992 to 1996, I was President of Advanstar Expositions, a company owned at the time by Goldman Sachs. Advanstar was one of the largest producers of trade shows and conferences in the world. From 1996 to 2001, I was CEO of 1st Communications, a company owned by Bain Capital, Triumph Capital Group, and me. 1st Communications made a series of multi-million dollar acquisitions to build one of the largest trade show businesses -- the largest in terms of the number of annual events. 1st Communications also developed one of the first online job and resume businesses using a network of over 1,000 web sites. That business was sold to The Washington Post in 2001, and I "retired" to Atlanta, Georgia to be near grandchildren-to-be.
I discovered corruption in the federal courts in Atlanta, Georgia, and I will not stop until judges and other corrupt government officials are exposed for the world to see. My friends will tell you that I am as tenacious as they come. I will spend the rest of my life on this if necessary.
I am not an attorney. I was accepted to law school but decided to go into business instead. Over the last eight years, I have gotten quite a legal education. At this point, I am confident that I can do a better job than any attorney would, and I work cheap.