William Wnekowicz graduated with a degree in Business Administration from Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where he studied Management (MGMT) and Operations and Information Management (OPIM).

During his time at Georgetown, he co-founded Debatepedia.org, a non-profit joint project of DebateMedia, Inc. and the International Debate Education Association, which has become the Wikipedia for argumentation and debate. He managed its software development project, which adapted MediaWiki to a logic-tree debate structure. The site has to-date attracted over 5 million readers and editors.

He went on to start Altum Design, a company that offers online marketing services through web development, search engine marketing and other web technologies.

In 2010, he earned his private pilot license and now has over 100 hours of flight time. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Paramus Flying Club, an organization of 50 members and 4 aircraft.