b'FACES OF ORMEW I L L S H E P A R D8 4Will Shepard 84 joined Orme, following in the footsteps of his older brother, Dan 83. His family was living in Saudi Arabia at the time but was originally from the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. After graduating, Will attend-ed the University of Florida for two years before returning to Mississippi and attending the University of South Alabama for the remainder of his degree in International Studies and Business. He spent a portion of his se-nior year of college studying in Taiwan. After graduation, he spent a few years in the restaurant industry be-fore settling down in San Antonio to open the first of five medical clinics. Its been a wild ride since!Huperzine, D3 / K2employed. The biggest challenge?and a multi productReading peoples lips while they have we call Anagen beingtheir masks on. :-)introduced at this time.We have a smallWhat advice would you give Orme stu-specialized line of skindents today who are considering your care products that wefields? will be introducing in the next thirty days asI have worked for myself since I was well.Our goal is toabout 25 years old. I have no regrets.make vitamins thatWorking for myself has been the hardest work.and easiest thing I have ever done. I wasThe other project isin restaurants for a few years and then PolyX3d, a company Igot into the medical field, then to phar-have with both of mymacy before I opened my own pharma-sons, Wilson Jr. andcy with my older brother. I owned that Logan.We have afor about sixteen years before selling the small office in the Sanbusiness and getting into the current Antonio area and offertwo projects.My advice to anyone 3D printing services towould be to have a good understanding individuals and busi- of what you want and then spend every-nesses. We haveday working to make it happen. That is a unique printers thatterrible oversimplification of something I Tell us more aboutcan do small or large print jobs and offercould talk about for hours, but in the end your businesses: small scale manufacturing for compa- that is what matters; what do you want nies who need 100s or more of itemsand are you willing to work for it? I currently have twoprinted. We also offer CAD design ser-projects.One is avices and 3D imaging or scanning. ForWhat is your favorite Orme memory?vitamin and sup- those that may not be familiar with 3D plement companyprinting or scanning it is worth lookingI have so many great memories! All of called Nanoceuti- into.It is a fascinating business to bethem revolve around student and teach-cal Solutions.Wepart of.er friends. I could talk about the sad time make a small lineand the smiles. I could talk about the of products that have a lot of testing be- What have you seen as some of themoments I am proud of and the oops hind them.We have even done smallchallenges or opportunities throughoutmoments, but in the end they all revolve human trials on three of the products tothe pandemic? around some really great people. prove they work.We nanosize our ingre-dients and this allows a majority of theOther than people still needing vitaminsWill encourages our readers to learn product to be absorbed as opposed toduring the pandemic, there have been nomore about his businesses by visiting passed through the GI tract.We havepositive changes.Most of my stafftheir websites:Glutathione, B12, D3, Turmeric, Mela- needed to and wanted to keep workingwww.nanoceuticalsolutions.com and tonin and Kava available now. We haveso I did the best I could to keep everyonewww.polyX3d.com.24'