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Bill Honer served as a Consultant to non-profit agencies in Hawaii and California. He has written more than eighty successful grant proposals that have generated more than ten million dollars in revenues for non-profit agencies and local government in California and Hawaii.
Mr. Honer has worked with a wide range of minority populations. In 1990, he founded and co-chaired The Coalition for Equity for Minorities, an advocacy group committed to social justice. After securing a B.A. in sociology, Mr. Honer pursued his graduate studies at the City University of New York, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where he specialized in organizational theory and design. He was an instructor at Windward Community College in Hawaii, where he taught grant writing. He has lived on the Mediterranean island of Mallorca during many years.
During the period from 1994 to 2001, Mr. Honer was host and producer of Social Issues, a public affairs cable television program that was cablecast monthly in Sacramento and San Francisco. His articles on social conditions have been published in the United States, Costa Rica, and Spain. Mr. Honer is tri-lingual (English, French and Spanish).