Since recently joining Camoin Associates in 2017, William has successfully transferred the skills he learned in an academic setting to the professional environment and is excited to continue providing measurable economic change to Camoin’s clients. William graduated from the University of Vermont in 2016 with a BA in Economics as well as a BSBA in Entrepreneurship and Finance. His talent lies in finding pragmatic and under-examined opportunities that take new approaches to traditional solutions. For his college honors thesis, he analyzed the growth of regional financial, insurance, and real estate (FIRE) industries in the United States, and their potential impacts on income inequality over the past three decades. Previously, William studied the impact of Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) Districts in Burlington, Vermont.
Affecting Real Change
While studying at UVM, William was the President of the UVM Enactus Team, an organization dedicated to fostering social and economic development through entrepreneurship. With the UVM Enactus Team, William worked with the Burlington refugee community to establish a 501(c)(3) for the first Hindu Temple in Vermont. In 2015, William interned in Cape Town, South Africa, where he provided entrepreneurial consultation and aided in social enterprise research for the World Bank.
William can never seem to stick to just one hobby. During the winter he can be found skiing the mountains of Southern Vermont, while in the summer he takes advantage of the spectacular hiking trails around Saratoga Springs. He is an avid scuba diver both in warm and cold water, and enjoys homebrewing everything from beer to mead to wine. In his spare time, he also keeps on top of popular tech and business trends.