Born in Los Angeles, California, Bill Albright is a retired human resource executive who spent 40 ears working in the field for two leading high-tech, systems engineering organization. He also worked for a short
time as a research associate for one of these firms.
While he worked in many of the areas that make up the human resources arena, he specialized in quality of work life, diversity, health, and employee engagement.
He is the recipient of numerous award including the Black Engineer of the Year for Diversity Leadership Award, the National GEM Consortium Employer Member of the Year Award, and the HR Leadership
Award of the Greater Washington, DC area.
He is a graduate of the University of Redlands where he received a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, and of the California State University, Dominquez Hills, where he earned an MBA.
Albright also wrote and published a book entitle The Pearl of East Texas, a biography of his mother Mattie Pearl Albright, available on Amazon.