Carter Doyle is currently a doctoral student in the Department of Economics at Florida State University, where he also obtained master's and bachelor's degrees in Economics. He has taught at FSU and is currently an adjunct professor of Economics at Florida A&M University. He has taught courses in both macroeconomics and microeconomics. In addition to his teaching experience, he has conducted research at the Florida State Board of Administration (Florida's state pension fund) and has completed demographic and market research for a Florida bank. He has experience with statistical and mathematical software packages, including SAS, SPSS, Limdep, Matlab, and others. His CEFA work includes researching the electricity industry in Florida.