Chairman of the Board

Bill Moses

Bill Moses

Angel Investor and Founder Casa Barranca Winery

William D. Moses is currently CEO of Earthsong Organics, Inc., as well as the Owner and President of Casa Barranca Winery, Inc., and Casa Barranca, Inc., a Retreat Center. Earthsong Organics, Inc. is the maker of Kefira™, a raw, organic, non-dairy probiotic beverage currently available in Whole Foods Markets and many other natural food stores on the west coast. The Casa Barranca Winery is the first certified organic winery and vineyard in California's Central Coast.


The winery sells its production out annually, with its primary retail outlet being Whole Foods, Inc. The Retreat Center runs annually at near-capacity utilization, and has been featured in many national television and magazine outlets. Bill is also the Chairman and Principal of Opportunity Green, Inc. a “green” conference in partnership with the UCLA Anderson School of Business. Mr. Moses worked at Bear Stearns, Inc., Oscar Gruss & Sons, and later became a Partner of Axiom Partners, LTD., now Axiom Capital Management, Inc.. He was the co-founder, director and principal of Access Television Network Inc., a cable concern reaching 44 million households. Bill was President of Capital Formation Group, Inc., whose clients included Intl. Murex Corp, Archer Communications, Inc., Radio Vision, Inc. and Phoenix Information Systems, the first computerized reservation system in the People’s Republic of China, which was financed and later purchased by George Soros. Bill was the co-founder and CEO of Recovery Television Network and RNetHealth.com (a JV with Liberty Media, later sold to Liberty Media).


He was an angel investor and founding Chairman of the Board for Zhena's Gypsy Tea. He was Chairman of the Board and Principal Shareholder of Ego X Studio’s Inc. Bill was Honorary Chairman of Cable Positive, a 501c3 that raises the awareness of AIDS via the media, along with fellow Co-Chairs Jim Dolan, Ted Turner, and John Sikes. Mr. Moses is also a recipient of the Ellis Island Gold Medal of Honor for Humanitarian and Business Leadership. Fellow recipients include Former Secretary of State General Colin Powell and Muhammad Ali.