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William F. Martin

Chairman

Washington Policy and Analysis Inc

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Washington Policy and Analysis Inc

1025 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW Suite 530 East

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20007

United States

Company Description

Washington Policy & Analysis is an international consulting firm specializing in energy, environment, trade, transportation, technology, and maritime security and intelligence issues. The firm provides strategic business intelligence, analysis, and advisory se...more

Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Brahmin


Mechanical Engineer

Schlumberger Limited


Purchasing Director

Shell Oil Company


Production Specialist Utilities

Shell Oil Company


Simulation Engineer Code ME

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)


Production Specialist-Utilities Systems

Shell Oil Company


September 2014


Math and Physics Tutor

Varsity Tutors


Affiliations

U.S. Senate

Deputy Secretary of Energy


Rice University

Senior Fellow for Religion and Public Policy


Baker Institute

Director of the Drug Policy Program


World Resources Institute

Member, Board


State

Special Assistant To the Under Secretary of State


Club of Prague

Co-Founder


thePrague Security Studies Institute

Founder


United Nations University of Peace

Member of the Council


James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy

Senior Fellow


Winco Window Company

Representative


Department of Energy

Chairman of the Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Board


Religious Policy

Chavanne Senior Fellow


WRI’s

Chairman of the Development Committee


Robinson-Martin

Founder


Education

BS

University of Pennsylvania Wharton School


BS

Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania


Congressional Testimony Master List.pdf


MS

MIT


Ph.D

Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy Richard Watkins - LEAP


Ph.D.

Harvard University


SM

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


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William F. Martin :: Chairman :: 202.965.1169 :: wmartin@wpainc.com
William F. Martin is an energy economist who has served as Executive Secretary of the National Security Council, Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan and Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Energy under President Reagan. Martin was educated at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School (BS, 1972) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (SM, 1974). His master’s thesis was the basis of an article he published in the Harvard Business Review (“Our Society in 1985: Business may not like it, March 1975�). Following graduation from MIT, he joined the MIT Energy Laboratory as Program Officer for the Workshop on Alternative Energy Strategies. During his four years on the professional research staff of MIT, he co-authored three books, Growth and Its Implications for the Future, (Roundtable Press, 1973), Energy Supply to the Year 2000 (MIT Press, 1977) and Professional Materials for Environmental Management Education (MIT Press, 1975). Following MIT, Martin was responsible for energy statistics for developing countries at the International Energy Agency (OECD, Paris) and was part of a UN expert group that developed the methodology for reporting United Nations energy statistics. In 1977, he was promoted to special assistant to the Executive Director of IEA, Ulf Lantzke, and served in this capacity for three years during the time of the second oil shock. Following his four years in Paris, Martin joined the Department of State as Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State. In 1981, he was transferred to the National Security Council as Director of International Economic Affairs. From l983 to l985, he was appointed Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan, responsible for the coordination of the President’s international and head of state meetings. Martin also served as the Executive Secretary of the National Security Council before being confirmed by the United States Senate as United States Deputy Secretary of Energy. Martin joined the Board of the World Resources Institute in 1998 and served as WRI’s Chairman of the Development Committee. In 1997, he was a co-author of a Trilateral Commission study, Maintaining Energy Security in a Global Context. In 1992, he served as the Executive Director of the Republican Platform Committee and co-authored the Committee’s volume, The Shared Vision, Uniting our family, our country, our world (Republican National Committee, 1992). In 2004, Martin was appointed by the Secretary General of the United Nations to the Council of the University for Peace. He was elected Chairman of the Council of the University for Peace at its October, 2006 meeting. In 1998, Martin co-founded the Robinson-Martin Security Scholars Program at the Prague Security Studies Program that aims to educate Czech students in national security. He is also co-founder of the Club of Prague, a group of internationally prominent scientists, businessmen and scholars devoted to the finding technological solutions and new ways of thinking to meet energy challenges in a sustainable manner. William Martin Papers


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William F. Martin, Chairman, Washington Policy and Analysis, Inc., Washington; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy


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William F. Martin :: Chairman
William F. Martin is chairman and co-founder of Washington Policy and Analysis. An energy economist, he has served as Deputy Secretary of Energy and Executive Secretary of the National Security Council. From l983-85, he was Special Assistant to President Reagan, responsible for the coordination of the President's head of state meetings. Mr. Martin currently serves as Chairman of the Department of Energy Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Board and is a member of the executive committee of the Secretary of Energy's Advisory Board. He is presently the Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations Energy Security Group and was the l997 author of the Trilateral Commission report, Maintaining Energy Security in a Global Context. In l987, he and his WPA partnerScott Campbell, authored a US government study entitled, 'Energy Security:Report to the President of the United States'. His early career included positions in the International Energy Agency, Department of State and MIT Energy Laboratory. He received a BS from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MS from MIT, where his thesis was the basis of an article he authored for the Harvard Business Review. Mr. Martin currently serves on the Board of Director of the Prague Security Studies Institute and is a member of the Council of the United Nations University of Peace in Costa Rica. He recently chaired a working group for the United Nations which reviewed energy for the Korean Peninsula. He is a former member of the Board and Chairman of the Development Committee of the World Resources Institute. In l992, he was Executive Director of the Republican Platform Committee and served as senior advisor for platform for the Bush-Cheney 2000 campaign.


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