About Bill Goodwin
From starting businesses to taken over underperforming ones, Bill Goodwin has a 25+ year track record of taking businesses to the next level. Most recently as the CEO of MeMD, a national telehealth company, Bill transformed the company accelerated its growth, and led the successful acquisition of MeMD by Walmart Health. Currently, Bill is leading all virtual care for Walmart Health.
Before becoming the CEO of MeMD, Bill spent the last 20 years running and transforming four different entrepreneurial organizations, ranging from 20 to 400 employees, with $2 million to $180 million in revenue. As CEO, Bill grew a healthcare analytic company that specialized in providing data-driven strategic and marketing insights to healthcare systems across the U.S.. Prior to that, Bill had senior executive roles in the e-commerce, industrial applications, technology reseller, and training and development industries, including as the CEO, President, or COO. Bill also started a training and development company that was later acquired by a Fortune 1000 technology reseller.
Bill has a passion for growing companies by leveraging and linking people, process, and technology with vision and execution. Bill brings best practices from a variety of vantage points, from transforming a chemical company at the height of the recession, to increasing the growth of technology-based companies by creating truly performance-driven organizations.
Bill also leverages his experience gained from his ongoing mentoring efforts with entrepreneurs and leadership teams in the Phoenix technology ecosystem. Additionally, Bill volunteers to speak to companies and technology groups on culture and fostering employee engagement.
Bill earned a Master of Business Administration degree in global business from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Colorado State University.