Project 21 member Stone Washington is a research fellow in the Center for Advancing Capitalism at the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). At CEI, he conducts policy research on investing, administrative proceedings, and federal regulation of the American economy.
Stone is working on a Ph.D. in public policy and public administration in the Trachtenberg School at George Washington University. Stone is presently a Frederic Bastiat Fellow with the Mercatus Center, pursuing research in political economics. In the past, he served as a graduate teaching assistant for Clemson University’s Department of Political Science and as a writing fellow for Clemson’s Peace Center for Professional Communications.
He earned a Juris Master from Emory University Law School and a Bachelor’s degree in history with minor in political science from Clemson.
Stone is a member of the Steamboat Institute’s Emerging Leaders Council. He recently completed a traineeship with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and a research assistantship at the Manhattan Institute.
As a published writer, his work has appeared on Professor Ellis Washington’s website, Ellis Washington Report and Renew America. Stone’s work has also been published by City Journal, RealClearMarkets, Discourse Magazine, the American Spectator and the Wall Street Journal.
Proposed Legislation Could Revitalize Cities and Reduce Crime (September 2021)
An Immigration Report Card for President Trump (March 2020)