Bill Koeblitz is the Chairman of the Board of MobilityWorks, the leading provider of modified vehicles which has enabled thousands of individuals in wheelchairs to live with independence and freedom. Bill founded MobilityWorks in 1997 with 10 employees in Akron, Ohio. Since its founding, MobilityWorks has experienced rapid growth expanding from 1 to 95 locations throughout the country with 1,400 employees and over $500 million in revenue. In 2018, Bill sold a majority interest in the company to the private equity firm, Flexpoint Ford and remains Chairman of the Board.
Prior to MobilityWorks, Bill was a founder of MED Center, one of the first companies providing urgent/walk-in medical care. He sold the company in 1995 to MedPartners, Inc., which is called CVS Caremark today.
Bill is a 1979 graduate of John Carroll University and worked at Ernst & Young after graduating from college. Bill is Chairman of The MobilityWorks Foundation which provides funding assistance for the acquisition of accessibility products, and he also serves on the Board of Bluecoats which serves families of safety officers who have lost their lives, or have been totally disabled, in the line of duty.