Terrence Williams was a graduate of Oakridge (Muskegon, MI) High School's Class of 2003, where he also played football, excelling as a running back and linebacker. After graduation, he studied Pre-Law at Adrian College, majoring in Political Science and Economics. Williams was also a tailback on Adrian's football team, and later brought his talents to the inaugural Muskegon Thunder Arena Football team. Williams would go on to graduate with a Master's Degree from the Strauss Institute of Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University, and also receive a Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine's School of Law. He has since worked with Paradigm Sports, a leading NFL agency, and also started his own entertainment firm in Hollywood, California.
Who we are: The WV Foundation is a non-profit organization of the state of Michigan, founded in 2011. 'WV' stands for Williams-VandenBosch, the names of the two Co-Founders.
Nick VandenBosch, valedictorian of Orchard View (Muskegon, MI) High School's Class of 2003, was a stand-out defensive tackle and tight end on the school's football team. He went on to play football at Adrian College, where he studied Pre-Med, with a major in Biology and minor in Chemistry. He then went to Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine where he finished his training as a medical doctor. VandenBosch completed his Internship at Henry Ford- Macomb Hospital and is now furthering his residency training in Family Medicine through McLaren-Macomb Hospital in Mount Clemens, MI.