William O'Keefe

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William O'Keefe is Chief Operating Officer of the George C. Marshall Institute; he was previously Treasurer/Secretary of the Competitive Enterprise Institute and COO of the American Petroleum Institute[1]. He is also president and founder of Solutions Consulting[2], of which the Marshall Institute is a client.[3].

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  1. William O'Keefe - Planet Panelists. Washington Post. Retrieved on 2010-01-26. “William O'Keefe is CEO at the George C. Marshall Institute... He is a former COO at the American Petroleum Institute.”
  2. Deniers: William O’Keefe. ExxonSecrets. Retrieved on 2010-01-26. “President and Founder, Solutions Consulting, Inc. Member, Board of Directors, Competitive Enterprise Institute. Registered lobbyist, ExxonMobil Corporation. President Emeritus, Global Climate Coalition. Former Senior Vice President, Jellinek, Schwartz and Conolly, Inc. Former Chief Administrative Officer, Center for Naval Analyses”
  3. Marshall Institute 2009 Form 990(pdf), Schedule O, page 30

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