Key Takeaways From Episode:
- What Living In New York Was Like After 9/11
- Deadly Animals and Insects in Australia
- How Bill Moved On After His Wife Died
- Behind Bill’s Book “The Girl With the Green Lipstick” and How She Almost Ruined His Life and Possibly Tried To End It
- The Advice Bill’s Attorney Had About His Dating Life
- Why Sociopaths and Narcissists Do What They Do
- What It’s Like Using An Official Match Maker
“Three weeks after we got married, she moved her lover into the house.” – Bill Saubert
“Well, that’s how she meets guys that she has sex with, guys that she meets who are her money source, she meets through online dating sites.” – Bill Saubert
“She said, ‘I think I’m growing a penis.” – Bill Saubert
“I think she gravitated towards the psychopath part of the spectrum during our relationship.” – Bill Saubert
“Unfortunately, in my senior year of high school my father went crazy and had to be put into the state mental institution.” – Bill Saubert
Bill is the Sole Member of Saubert Enterprises (NM), LLC which is the franchisee for six UPS Stores he owns and operates in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico. He employs 26 hard-working and courageous New Mexicans.
Bill was a management consultant to the financial services industry for over 30 years as a partner of Coopers & Lybrand (subsequently, Price-Waterhouse, Coopers), A. T. Kearney, and McKinsey & Co. He ended his career as the Head of Marketing for MasterCard in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Island nations. He retired from MasterCard in 2010 and moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Bill is very active in the Santa Fe community. He served on the Board of Creative Startups and the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico. He was also Treasurer of the Cancer Foundation for three years. During his tenure as Treasurer, he oversaw a fourfold growth of the Foundation’s financial assets, from $750 thousand to over $3 million. Bill currently serves on the Boards of the Santa Fe Botanical Garden and the New Mexico Children’s Foundation.
Bill produces and moderates two political opinion radio shows on KSFR, the local NPR affiliate, which he’s done for over seven years.
He is an investor in Second Street Brewery, a local high-quality micro-brewery. He plays tennis and golf. He also plays squash and is a member of the Kiva Club in Santa Fe. He is an avid and active hiker. He skis. He also owns and rides a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. He has made several solo cross-country motorcycle trips.
Bill got his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College.
He feels deeply blessed to have a daughter, son-in-law, and two beautiful grandchildren who live and work in Wilmington, Delaware. He is a widower. His wife, Carol, died of ovarian cancer in 2014.