Johnathan Hladik

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Johnathan Hladik is an energy policy advocate with the Center for Rural Affairs, a national rural advocacy organization. Prior to joining the center, Johnathan worked as a policy advocate for the Nebraska League of Conservation Voters and a research associate with the Institute for Energy and the Environment. Hladik earned both a Juris Doctorate and masters in environmental policy from Vermont Law School and a B.S. in environmental economics from the University of Nebraska.

 

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