WILLIAM S. BRADSHAW is retired from the department of Molecular Biology at BYU. His research interests there included developmental toxicology, the regulation of gene expression during embryonic development, and the cultivation of analytical thinking skills in biology students. He served for a period at BYU as Associate Dean of General Education and the Honors Program. Bill was a Harvard undergraduate in biology (where he started his career as an irrationally loyal Red Sox fan), and received his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Illinois. That was followed by two years of postdoctoral research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He presided over the LDS mission in Hong Kong and South Vietnam from 1971-1974, and served as a Branch President at the Provo Missionary Training Center, and as a Bishop and in a Stake Presidency for married students at BYU. Bill and his wife Marge are the immediate past chairs of LDS Family Fellowship, a support group for parents of LGBTQ children. Bill and Marge are proud parents of three straight and one gay sons, one daughter, and are grandparents of 18.