Will Kloefkorn is a Lincoln, Nebraska native and has been with Ecsell since the very beginning. Will has a passion for building deep and meaningful relationships and has spent his entire career in the sales arena. In his free time, he enjoys all things athletics, meditation, psychology, and spending time with his wife, Amy, and two children, Jackson and Maryn. His (not so) secret talent is writing poetry, and if you spend enough time with him, you may just be lucky enough to hear him freestyle rap.
Will is responsible for leading sales and growth strategies for Ecsell Sports. His entire professional career has been spent in business development roles. At Ecsell Sports, he works closely with district and high school athletic directors to help them bring a more positive student-athlete experience to their schools.
Will has always had a passion for athletics and the impact that coaches have on their players success, both on and off the field. In his younger years, he played a lot of competitive club soccer and chose to play baseball in high school, as both sports were played in the same season. Today, Will is a popular speaker at Ecsell Sports events, being able to articulate the needs and solutions our clients encounter on a daily basis.
Will earned his Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He still resides in Lincoln, Nebraska, with his, Amy, his 10-year-old son, Jackson, and his 6-year-old daughter, Maryn. Will is a passionate fan of Husker athletics and a long-time Chicago Cubs fan. In his spare time, he has coached Legion Baseball and youth soccer and still enjoys competitive athletics and finding ways to be involved in sports in all ways possible.
Get to Know Will
“Everything could have been anything else. And it would have had just as much meaning.”
Best Day on the Calendar
July 4th – my favorite day to spend with family and friends and a good day to reflect on good fortunes.
Who Inspires You?
My wife, kids and self.
Completely Memorized Song
The Show, lots of children’s lullabies, and lots of partially memorized components of songs.
Favorite Ecsell Memory
Watching Jackson write on the whiteboard in our office.