Creating vectors toward higher education and community growth!
Terrence Williams, Esq.
Nick VandenBosch, D.O.
Terrence Williams was a graduate of Oakridge 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), FOX Television, and is currently the Owner of PEAK Training Academy and the West Michigan Ironmen.
Nick VandenBosch, valedictorian of Orchard View High School's Class of 2003, was a standout defensive tackle and tight end on the school's football team. He went on to play football at Adrian College where, as a Pre-Medical student, he majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry. He later graduated from Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed his residency through McLaren-Macomb Hospital in Metro Detroit. Dr. VandenBosch is now a Primary Care Physician at Westshore Family Medicine in Muskegon, as well as the Physician Liaison to Mercy Health’s Sports Medicine Department and PEAK Training Academy.
In addition to their philanthropic efforts through The WV Foundation, Williams and VandenBosch have spoken at graduations, awards banquets, high schools, and more. If you will like to have Williams or VandenBosch speak at an upcoming event, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The WV Foundation is dedicated to guiding and inspiring Michigan’s youth by using sports and entertainment as a vector toward higher education and community growth.
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.