ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Bill Cadwallader (MBA, EMRS) is a Certified Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist. He measures electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and consults for detection, protection, and solutions in homes, schools, businesses, and other environments. He provides on-site EMF/EMR inspections in Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and Southern California.
Bill also speaks extensively on the topic of EMR and solutions to this harmful type of pollution. He was one of 34 experts featured at the International EMF Health Summit. He has also presented multiple times at the Annual Cancer Convention and at the Doctors’ Symposium in Los Angeles. Bill has taught at the Building Biology Institute and currently serves as a coach for the Building Biology Institute’s EMRS apprentice program.
Bill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Cal Poly Pomona and a Master’s Degree from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. He has spent his entire life working around technology — as a career member of the U.S. Marine Corps, a postgraduate student at Pepperdine University, a Project Manager in the Aerospace Industry in California, and member of the Information Technology Department for Clark County, Nevada.
Even before consulting in EMR, Bill was concerned about the amount of radiation people were being exposed to in their daily lives. When a co-worker was diagnosed with brain cancer, Bill was shocked. He remembered always seeing the co-worker on his cell phone. The brain tumor was located in the exact spot where the man held the phone to his head. The man later died after massive medical treatment. Bill began to realize that the way we use our cell phones and other electronic devices may produce harmful side effects. After another acquaintance developed a tumor in his abdomen, right where he held his tablet computer every night while reading in bed, Bill knew he had to do something.
Bill completed advanced studies in electromagnetic radiation to become a Certified Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist. He was certified through the Building Biology Institute.