Adam is the Key Collaborator at Harvard University’s Department of Economics. His current work at Harvard supports convergent research and applied solutions at the intersection of the future of work, technology, and the implications of both on national security and defense. Adam’s domain expertise features understanding and developing human-centered partnerships, designing new technologies to augment human performance, illuminating the emerging socio-technological and geopolitical landscape, and understanding the risks and benefits of new technologies on people and infrastructure. Through these efforts, he advises the US government and Allies to better understand the influence and impact of emerging technologies on workers and critical infrastructure all designed to reduce the density and duration of future market failures and economic crises.
Adam graduated with honors from Harvard University with a degree in Economics and Government and holds a Master’s degree from Tufts Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Economic Law, International Business, and International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution. In addition to his international work, he’s led US-based workforce development teams at the Director, Managing Director, and Chief levels at the National Bureau of Economic Research, Harvard Innovation Lab, and Harvard Law School.