Levi Lefebure

Levi Lefebure

Levi Lefebure is a fellow at the John C. Culver Public Policy Center at Simpson College.

He serves as the undergraduate assistant for the Iowa History Center at Simpson and co-chairs the college’s Voter Engagement Committee through his work as an ambassador for the Andrew Goodman Foundation.

Lefebure worked as a research fellow through Simpson’s Bryan Summer Research Program in mathematics on survey-based data analytics.

Recent Work

May 5, 2020
by Levi Lefebure
Report: Williams CEO Scuttled a Merger Directors and Shareholders Wanted

As a four-year-old court battle over a breakup fee for an ill-fated merger between two energy pipeline companies continues, a... Read More

As a four-year-old court battle over a breakup fee for an ill-fated merger between two energy pipeline companies continues, a new report by the Market Institute details a shocking campaign by Williams Companies CEO Alan Armstrong to scuttle the merger with Energy Transfer. Destined to Fail:... Read More

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