Bill Moseley was elected and seated on the City Council in January 2017.
Bill met his wife, Renee, during their first week as college freshman. In 1999, he moved to Bend to start a software business which now employs more than 50 Bendites. He has four children ages 8 to 22.
Master in Public Administration
Bachelor of Arts – Economics and Political Science
All from the University of Kansas
CEO, Founder and chief executive for company which provides software and services for government regulatory agencies and corporate risk management.
Oregon Department of Justice
Operations Administrator, Regulated charitable, fundraising, and gaming activities in Oregon. Received a commendation by AG Hardy Myers for dramatic efficiency improvements and costs savings.
Private attorney; consultant to municipalities on nuisance law, administrator for federal substance abuse prevention education program for children living with addicted women recently release from prison; Staff for US Senate Subcommittee on Education, Arts and Humanities; among many others.
Bend Economic Development Advisory Board, Chair
Bend Metropolitan Planning Organization, Chair
Downtown Bend Business Association, Board Member
Economic Development of Central Oregon
Neighborhood Leadership Alliance, Council Liaison
Opportunity Knocks, President
Riverwest and Summit West Neighborhood Associations, Council Liaison
Technology Association of Oregon, Advisory Board Member
City: Audit Committee, Local Contracts Review Board, Rules Committee