About the Editors:
Lucien Zeigler is focused on strengthening the U.S.-Saudi Arabian trade relationship through information and research, and is interested in energy’s role in international commerce and geopolitics. He graduated from the University of Virginia’s Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics with a degree in Foreign Affairs. He is currently Research Director for the Saudi-U.S. Trade Group (SUSTG), a not-for-profit 501-c(6) trade group based in the Washington D.C. area.
George Foulard joins Arabianomics.com as a contributing editor dedicated to addressing the issues facing the energy industry and international relations in the 21st century. Mr. Foulard is a graduate of Georgetown University with a Degree in history (focused on both Central European and Middle Eastern international relations and trade) and philosophy. Mr. Foulard currently serves as director of corporate development for the Lagat Group, L.L.C.
1LT William Treadway was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He attended The Kinkaid School and graduated in 2005 spending most of his extracurricular time warming the bench for the football team. After high school, he entered The United States Military Academy at West Point, New York and finished in May of 2009. The newly commissioned Army Officer moved to the Land of Good Bourbon where he was schooled at the Armor Officer Basic Course. Upon completion, he settled out in Kansas and took control of a Scout Platoon in April of 2010. The unit trained during the summer in the Mojave for a deployment to Iraq that never happened. He was sent the next January to Tigerland, again to train for an Iraq deployment. Five days in, they were told it wasn’t happening. Fourty-five days later he found himself and his platoon on a plane bound for Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Nikhil Jham is our lead researcher on commodities markets and contributing editor for Arabianomics.com. A graduate of the University of Virginia in Finance, Mr. Jham currently works for a hedge fund in Stamford, Connecticut.
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