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William Rocheleau

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“My path to Edgility started from a place that not many would want to talk about – toxic work environments. I have worked in so many different fields that I experienced all the different ways your work environment is affected by toxic work culture and pay inequity. As I grew in my career, I wanted to focus on Diversity Equity and Inclusion work that benefitted queer and underrepresented employees. I want to prevent the challenges that I have faced and be an active participant in changing how businesses excel in their respective work environments and give all workers a chance for fair and equitable employment among their peers.”


  • Before working for Edgility, William worked for Film Companies, Photography and Rental Studios, and most recently, in Education Technology. 
  • While working in Education Technology, he was the head chair of the LGBTQIA+ equity group for the Ed Tech company where they piloted education programs and raised thousands of dollars for queer non-profits and health centers.
  • They hold a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University and got their Bachelor of Science in Film and Photography with a minor in Art History at Ithaca College.


Once named “The Human IMDb,” William is still an avid movie buff and reader. He currently resides in Brooklyn, NY, and can commonly be found in local Bookstores, Parks, and Cafes.

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