Austill Stuart is the director of privatization and government reform at Reason Foundation.
Prior to joining Reason, Stuart worked in a variety of settings, including at non-profits, on Capitol Hill, and in fundraising. Before moving to the D.C. area in early 2009, he worked for five years in the financial services industry.
Stuart earned his B.S. in economics from Auburn University and M.A. in economics at George Mason University.
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