William Moss's career has involved oil and gas exploration, real estate development, ranching operations, security investments, motion picture and television production, and public service. Among his many accomplishments, Moss organized and operated fifteen corporations. He established the Free Enterprise Institute at Southern Methodist University, served on the board of Trustees of the American University in Washington, D.C., and was one of the founding directors of the Margaret Thatcher National Steering Committee. He also initiated the President's Drug Advisory Council, a part of the Executive Office of the White House, and served as its chairman from 1989 to 1992. The Council was the cornerstone for the present Community Anti-Drug Coalition. Currently, Moss serves as a Trustee of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation. In the recent years of his life, Moss has pursued Bible study and Christian meditation and has dedicated his life to helping those recovering from addiction. He has been accorded recognition by the Salvation Army and Prison Ministries for his contributions. He has written two books and numerous prayers and appears on talk shows. He resides in Dallas, Texas and Indian Wells, California with his wife Dianne, and his little dog Champ.