"If you laid all of the (PhD) economists end to end, to tell you which way to go, they would look like the spokes of a wheel."
Wendell Williams has led a distinguished 40 year career as an entrepreneur and management consultant to over three-hundred businesses. All his experience has been on Main St., not Wall St. Main St. is “where the economic rubber hits the road”; hence he calls this “common sense” economics.
He was honored by the U.S. State Dept. to lead the first delegation of U.S. small business owners to the Soviet Union after Gorbachev opened the door to capitalism. His political experience includes being chosen as a Democratic nominee for U.S. Congress. He has been featured or quoted in magazines including Fortune and Newsweek. He lives in the San Francisco Bay area with his wife Judith Cassel Williams.