Adam has been conducting qualitative and quantitative research across the country since 1977. He has authored articles for publications such as Governing, the American Waterworks Association's Total Water Solutions, and Open Spaces. He is regularly asked to speak to leaders and policy makers about public opinion trends and has presented at state and national conferences on transportation, age-friendly communities, and water agency communications. Adam is passionate about giving a voice to members of hard-to-reach populations and going beyond the numbers to understand the motivations behind people’s beliefs. He holds a degree in political science from Portland State University and a J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law, where he also directed the Interviewing Skills Program.
Some Clients You May Know:
Washington Roundtable, Oregon Business Council, Sealaska Corporation, Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Tennessee Valley Authority, U.S. Forest Service, Thrive Washington, Southern California Association of Governments, and Envision Central Texas.
American Water Works Association/Water Environment Federation Utility Management Conference, National Association of Clean Water Agencies H2O Conference, Washington Roundtable, American Planning Association, and the Urban Land Institute.