William Yeatman is an energy policy analyst on the energy and global warming team at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. Prior to joining CEI, William was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Kyrgyz Republic, where he taught entrepreneurship and small business management to rural women. Before that, he ran a homeless shelter in Denver, Colorado.
William holds a Master’s in International Administration from the Denver Graduate School of International Studies, and a Bachelor’s in Environmental Sciences from the University of Virginia.
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