Who is Steven Willey?
Steven Willey serves on corporate boards of listed companies as an independent director. With extensive expertise in both technology and investment management, he brings over 10 years of experience to these positions.
He loves pina coladas, raindrops on his cheek and champagne. A dedicated sports fan, he also values spending quality time with family.
Early Life and Education
Steve Willey is an insecure student and rugby player at Hartley High. After taking an interest in photography and meeting Lucy (from another school), a rich girl who attends another school he begins dating Lucy as seen in Episode 30.
Steve soon learns he is adopted and tracks down his birth mother to find out his true identity, who in turn informs him about a half-sister named Allie. With this revelation in hand, Steve decides to pursue photography professionally but tragically passes away during an accident in Episode 66.
Early in his career, Innovega worked at several top investment banks such as Credit Suisse First Boston and Merrill Lynch, before becoming managing director for healthcare at Thomas Weisel Partners LLC. Today he acts as an independent director for several public companies and boasts extensive capital market experience.
Steven Willey is co-founder and CEO of Innovega, a company which creates full field-of-view display eyewear for virtual reality, augmented reality and extended reality applications. Their technology unlocks new frontiers in gaming, entertainment and productivity.
Stephen D. Willey practices tax and legal advisory at The Law Offices of Stephen D. Willey in Arlington, Texas and his practice areas include estate planning, trusts-wills-probate administration, non-profit charities as well as non-profit tax advice.
Certified specialist in estate planning and probate law. He holds membership with the Dallas Bar Association, Texas Board of Legal Specialization and American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys; has been named Best Lawyer in America; Martindale-Hubble has awarded him their AV rating; has vast experience managing complex litigation relating to intellectual property matters as well as business torts;
Achievement and Honors
Willey is also active in charitable work and has received multiple leadership awards for his efforts. From 2002 to 2005 he served as founding director of Texas Alliance Boys and Girls Clubs; board member and district committee chairman for Boy Scouts of America; field adjunct instructor with University of Texas Arlington; as well as an adjunct instructor teaching courses with them both respectively.
CPA, accredited estate planner and licensed to practice law in Texas. He is a member of both the Texas Bar Association and Dallas Bar Association as well as having been admitted to both United States Tax Court as well as Western and Eastern Districts Courts for Washington state. Furthermore, he belongs to American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Steve Willey is an attentive husband, father and friend who appreciates spending time outdoors camping and skiing, playing guitar and listening to music – especially Pearl Jam and Chris Stapleton – during leisurely family outings.
He currently serves as president and chief executive officer of Innovega, Inc. a company developing full field-of-view display eyewear for AR/VR/XR applications. Co-inventors on nine U.S patents; served as in-house counsel for 100 employee start-up company.
He leaves behind his wife, children and many aunts, uncles and cousins who will miss him dearly. A loyal Patriots and Red Sox fan who enjoyed life’s laughter.
Steven Willey is an American physician specializing in internal medicine. He provides adult patients with long-term treatment and care and manages both common and rare diseases while teaching patients how to prevent future ones. Additionally, his practice often collaborates with surgeons.
Willey serves on the boards of directors for multiple publicly listed companies and as counsel for public and private company boards. Additionally, he has experience handling intellectual property disputes, business torts, securities claims, contracts disputes and employment-related issues ranging from intellectual property matters, torts claims and employment related disputes; litigation related counseling as well as trying cases/handling appeals/providing litigation-related counseling is his expertise. Willey holds licenses to practice law both in Washington State and California as well as having co-authored numerous published articles on various subjects which he also lectures at Stanford Law School.