Expertise: Energy Security, Terrorism, U.S.-Saudi Energy Partnership, Terrorism/Energy Relationship, Caribbean Energy, Natural Gas and Renewable Energy
William George is an Adjunct Fellow ASP specializing in energy security. He recently earned his M.A. in Political Science-International Studies from the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL. His Master’s thesis took a quantitative, political psychological look at U.S. behavior during international crises, focusing specifically on the belief systems of the President. William also served as the Senior Research Fellow for the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Program for Strategic Research and Studies at UCF.
Currently, William serves as a Project Consultant for the Hollings Center for International Dialogue, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving relations between the U.S. and predominately Muslim countries. He is also a contributing writer for Charged Affiars, the official blog for the organization Young Professionals in Foreign Policy, where he writes regularly on energy security issues.
William is now a Project Consultant at the Hollings Center for International Dialogue.
Away from research, William is an avid golfer and can be found fishing his golf ball out of many a pond.