Yunaska graduated from East Carolina University in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in management and physics. He later got a master’s in finance from the same school in 2009. After graduation, he worked for Vail Resorts from 2010 to 2011, worked as an accounting manager for the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health from 2012 to 2014, and was a tax analyst for Georgetown University in 2014.
In a side note, the hunky Yunaska was named one of Washington D.C.’s “hottest bachelors” by the syndicated news magazine “Inside Edition” in 2013.
His alumni page from college doesn’t mention anything about energy or energy policy. Instead, it lists: “Team Building, Strategy, Management, Entrepreneurship, Project Planning, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Budgets, Public Speaking, Strategic Planning, Business Strategy, Microsoft Word, Customer Service, Event Planning, Data Analysis, Social Media, Community Outreach, Research, Analysis, Customer Satisfaction, Account Management.”