William Henagan is a Jefferson Scholar at the University of Virginia. He completed his undergraduate degree in American History, with a minor in Social Entrepreneurship, over the course of five semesters before serving as a White House Intern with the First Lady's policy team. After leaving the White House, William spent a summer working with the Economic Development Administration in the U.S. Department of Commerce, before returning to UVA to complete his M.S. in Commerce. He is currently a fellow in the UVA Pay for Success Lab, founder of the non-profit Greens to Grounds, and an avid fisherman.