W.C. Young is a professional, creative, dynamic story teller, architecting, writing, and delivering authentic stories from his own life. He concentrates on books, keynotes, movies, plays, short stories, articles, and blog posts from his life experiences. These stories move, challenge, anger, inspire, and motivate people of all ages to listen, change, laugh, cry, and look inside.
W.C. made his mark as an entrepreneur and civic leader, helping raise more than $25 million dollars for companies and nonprofits in his capacity as board member (serving on ten boards), volunteer, and business owner from 2000 to 2011. He helped start several companies and raised significant funds for children’s organizations throughout the Denver area through his relationship with the Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation (where he was the top fundraiser from 2005 to 2010).
Denver Business Journal named Will to its prestigious 40 Under 40 Award list in 2000 and recognized one of his companies (XploreNet) as the sixth fastest-growing privately held company in Colorado during the early 2000s. The Journal also included him in its 2010 edition of the Business Journal’s Power Book. He was a 2011 finalist for the Journal’s Philanthropy Day Corporate Citizen of the Year Award. In 2013, everything in W.C.'s world changed. Now, he is intent on making an incredible comeback and helping as many people as he possibly can.
W.C. is not a family law expert. However, he has authored five books and at one time lectured and trained professionals nationwide. He writes and records books, podcasts, plays, keynotes, movie scripts, short stories, and blog posts from his own life experiences. He coaches volleyball, basketball, and soccer in his spare time and spends time consulting, writing, traveling, and watching his kids play sports. He believes everyone should understand care giving and we all deserve a second chance.