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Short Bio: Will Coggin is a researcher at Berman and Company, and also serves as a senior research analyst at the Center for Consumer Freedom.

Since May 2013, Coggin has served as the public point man for Berman's attacks against animal welfare groups. Before joining Berman and Company, Coggin interned at the American Enterprise Institute, where he provided research for former House Speaker Newt Gingrich's book, Real Change. He graduated from the College of William & Mary, where earned a BBA in finance and Chinese. In college, Coggin was the editor of The Remnant, a libertarian campus magazine, and a campus activist. As part of his activism, Coggin co-founded the group Sons of Liberty, which held a bake sale on campus that charged different prices to students of different racial backgrounds. During the bake sale, Coggin reportedly played the Monopoly-style game "Ghettopoly,"" which featured crackhouses instead of Boardwalk and Park Place. He is on the board of the Society for the College.

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Berman and Company

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Center for Consumer Freedom

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