Adam is currently supporting online learning events such as webinars and facilitated events for the USAID Feed the Future Knowledge, Data, Learning, and Training (KDLT) project. As the team’s work has recently migrated to a new virtual space, he assists with technical support for online activities and provides best practice information to his team.
Adam is from Alexandria, Va., and he attended George Mason University, where he received both a B.A. in global affairs and economics and an M.S. in conflict analysis and resolution. Before joining Bixal, Adam worked on the KDLT predecessor project, Knowledge-Driven Agriculture Development. Adam has experience as a Peace Corps volunteer in Mali. Outside of work, Adam enjoys outdoor activities like kayaking and disc golf, playing guitar and melodica, listening to reggae and hip-hop, and community activism. He’s passionate about police and criminal justice reform. Adam also has a hidden talent: People tell him he is the best parallel parker they’ve ever met.