WIlliam Treseder

William Treseder

William Treseder is your stereotypical problem child who had his teeth kicked in by some San Diego drill instructors. He is a partner at BMNT Partners, a consultancy that brings together government and Silicon Valley groups to solve complex, critical problems. Treseder served as a U.S. Marine between 2001 and 2011, first in infantry then in civil affairs. He has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. After graduating from Stanford University, Treseder tried out a few startups and was lucky enough to settle in San Francisco, where he met and married Oluwadara, the love of his life.

Recent articles from William Treseder

Marine vet Brendan Hart in 2004 at Guantanamo Bay.
This NY Vet Went From Enlisted Marine To CEO Of His Own Startup
This Marine turned entrepreneur credits his expanding circle of friends as a major force in his post-service success.
Chris Taylor (center, second row) pictured with Combatant Diver Class, 93-40.
Life Lessons From A Marine Who Refused To Be Forced Out Of The Military
When Chris Taylor was denied reenlistment, he fought to stay in. This same determination has led to a lifelong career in national security.
Marine vet Chris Clark outside DoorDash’s Orange County Headquarters in in Costa Mesa, California.
This Marine Vet Now Manages One Of The Hottest Startups Of 2015
Chris Clark went from Marine reconnaissance to general manager of one of the most-promising tech companies of 2015. Here's how.
Gunnar C2 (TEDxSF Education Salon)
Meet The Marine Vet Who’s Now Championing Education Reform
Gunnar Counselman used the no-B.S. communication style he learned in the Corps to launch his own company around reforming education.
Several hundred service members, veterans and military spouses attend the Hiring Our Heroes job fair Jan. 21 at the Timmermann Conference Center at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. The Army Reserve was a key partner in the event, which featured more than 80 employers, schools and service providers, who offered employment and education opportunities to attendees.
Networks Are The Secret To The Post-Military Job Search
Spend more time connecting with people, and talking to them about your interests, skills, and experience.
Staff Sgt. Brian Gerstemeier, left, food service sergeant, Troop D, 3rd Squadron, 61st Cavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Staff Sgt. Mark Vickery, middle, food service sergeant, Headquarters and Support Company, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, and Sgt. 1st Class Wayne Sutton, senior food operations sergeant, HSC, HHBN, study for their upcoming quiz and try to put together a menu for the hands-on portion of the culinary accreditation course at the Fort Carson Culinary Academy Oct. 6, 2012. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Nathan Thome, 4th Infantry Division PAO)
How Veterans Screw Up College
As veterans, what is leading a big chunk of us down the wrong path? What is it about college that defeats us?