Bill moved to Georgetown in 1981, working in several business ventures before settling into publishing in 2008. Originally from Houston, Bill grew up fishing and hunting with his family. After serving in the Vietnam War, he attended the University of Houston. He and Jill share a son, daughter, and two grandsons.
Jill grew up in Houston but decided on the Hill Country for her life when she attended UT Austin. After teaching, Jill turned her organizational talents to handling production of the View in 2008. Jill lives for time on the ranch with her many animals, time with her grandsons, and time to watch football.
Emily Treadway has written for the View from almost the very beginning. In 2014 with Chet Garner, she co-wrote “Klan on Trial: How Dan Moody Broke the Back of the KKK” about the famous trial held in the Georgetown courthouse. She loves Georgetown and the stories she hears and the people she meets.
Mikaela fell in love with Georgetown as a student at Southwestern University and started writing for the View in 2013. After interviewing people such as Anji Fussell, private eye detective, and NFL Kicker Mason Crosby, she was hooked. She enjoys the diversity of Williamson County residents and their inspiring stories. She also works at a church in Round Rock and enjoys playing board games with her husband.
Cynthia spends most of her workday designing, writing, and editing educational materials. She enjoys editing articles for the View, and on occasion she has time to try her hand at writing an article. She relishes learning more about Georgetown and its residents with each month’s slate of features.
After years of taking extra math, science, and English classes for fun, Monica stumbled upon web development and design. She loves the combination of creativity, aesthetics, and problem solving that web design offers, and she feels fortunate to work with so many others who value good writing.