William M. Pegram
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WILLIAM M. PEGRAM
3841 Whitman Road
Annandale, VA 22003
bill@billpegram.com
EDUCATION

Ph.D. 1989 California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA; social science (microeconomics, political science, and econometrics)
MBA 1977 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA; economics and finance
BA 1973 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA; interdepartmental major in computer science, philosophy, and linguistics; degree "with distinction"

WORK EXPERIENCE

January 2000- Present NORTHERN VIRGINIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Annandale, VA
Adjunct Associate Professor. Teach coding and design (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Active Server Pages, Cold Fusion), (Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash, FrontPage, and Microsoft Office), and programming (Java) in the credit program at NVCC Annandale and HTML and CSS in the non-credit Community Education and Workforce Development program at NVCC Alexandria.
June 2002-Present WILLIAM PEGRAM, Annandale, VA
Web development and tutoring. Develop and maintain web pages and web applications for small businesses and organizations. Tutoring in XML, XSLT, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, classic ASP, and ASP.NET November 2003-Present.
Fall 2002-May 2011 GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, Fairfax, VA
Adjunct Instructor. Taught web database course (Fall 2002), Dreamweaver MX course (Fall 2004), and JavaScript (Spring 2007) in Graduate School of Education and "Teaching with Technology" graduate course in Higher Education Program Fall 2003 and Fall 2004. Taught half of intensive TechAdvance continuing education Web Design and Developer course Summer 2008. Taught IT Project Management (IT343) and Java (IT108) 2009-2011 in Applied Information Technology Department.
Fall 2006-Present GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC
Taught ASP in Web Developer course September 2006 and Flash in Web Design course August 2008, both in School of Continuing Studeis
Fall 2006 MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY, Arlington, VA
Taught graduate course "Computers and Technology in the Classroom."
Spring 2001-2006 United States Department of Agriculture Graduate School, Washington, DC.
Taught 6 week JavaScript and 4 week Advanced JavaScript/ASP course Spring 2006. Taught 3 week HTML course Spring 2001.
July 1995-
January 1999
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, Washington, DC
Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Industrial Affairs & Installations). Analyzed competitive and cost savings aspects of defense mergers and acquisitions to enable DoD senior management to determine position on transaction. Assisted FTC and DoJ staff with merger review and litigation. Contributed sections to the Final Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Vertical Integration. Drafted congressional testimony and report.
January 1990-
July 1995
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, Washington, DC
Bureau of Economics. Performed economic analysis of proposed mergers and acquisitions. Prepared lengthy memoranda for FTC Commissioners on whether the government should block the transaction. Participated in interviews and depositions of industry participants and government officials. Reviewed company documents, conducted econometric analysis of data, and advised attorneys on relevant economic and financial theory for these cases. Received Meritorious Service Award April 1994 for extensive litigation support. Prepared expert exhibits and witnesses, drafted subpoenas and other discovery requests, extracted data from subpoena responses and wrote computer programs to analyze this data.
May 1989-
Dec. 1989
LEXECON INC., Chicago, IL
Provided economic analysis in antitrust, environmental, and contract cases.
May 1986-
May 1989
NASA, Washington, DC
Jet Propulsion Laboratory employee assigned to NASA's Space Station Office. Assisted development of NASA pricing policy to allocate scarce Space Station resources and life cycle cost process and operations cost model for designing and building the Station. Leave of absence 8/88-5/89 to complete Ph.D.
Summer 1985 THE RAND CORPORATION. Santa Monica, CA
Wrote paper on cost growth in Air Force weapons systems.
Summer 1983 JET PROPULSION LABORATORY, Pasadena, CA
Wrote paper on investment behavior of defense contractors.
July 1979-
August 1982
CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE, U.S. CONGRESS 
Analyzed microeconomic effects of proposed energy, environmental, and agricultural legislation in reports to Congress. 
July 1977-
July 1979
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, Washington, DC.
Managed analysis for report to Congress on compensation for environmental regulation. Developed cost-benefit methodology for toxic substances program.
Summer 1976 ICF, INC., Washington, DC
Performed financial/statistical analysis of energy and environmental issues.
Nov. 1974-
Sept. 1975
FEDERAL ENERGY ADMINISTRATION, Washington, DC
Assisted in implementation of program converting electric utilities to coal.
Summer 1974 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, Washington, DC
Prepared data for pollution information system.

ADDITIONAL TRAINING

George Mason University - EDIT 772 (Beginning and Advanced HTML) (Summer 1999), EDIT 611 (Distance Education) (Spring 2003), EDIT 575 (Authorware) (Fall 2003), EDIT 526 (Web Accessibility) (Spring 2004), EDIT 530 (SCORM) (Fall 2004), EDIT 705 (Instructional Design) (Spring 2005)

Northern Virginia Community College - IST 149 (Java) and IST 176 (Visual Basic) (Fall 1999)

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

Stanford Associates Outstanding Achievement Award for Exceptional Volunteer Service to Stanford University, 2000, and again in 2003.

Washington DC Stanford Association: Webmaster 1999-Present, Membership Director 1999-Present, President 1995-1997, Vice President 1994-1995, Board Member 1993-Present

Stanford Business School Alumni Association, Washington DC Baltimore Chapter: President 1993-1994, Vice President 1992-1993.

Revised: June 10, 2015