Adam brings an analytical approach to his work in public health. With more than seven years of communications, strategy and research experience, Adam has worked with pharmaceutical companies, global health organizations and government health programs to improve the availability of health care around the world.
At Rabin Martin, Adam focuses on:
- Designing sustainable, evidence-based public health programs in resource-limited settings
- Providing strategic and technical input to effectively scale up new health interventions
- Synthesizing research findings and engaging with key stakeholders to better understand the root causes of access to medicines barriers
Previously with the Clinton Health Access Initiative, Adam led the national scale-up of a vaccine supply chain initiative in partnership with Malawi’s Ministry of Health. As a fellow with Axios International, he supported research projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America to collect lessons learned from access to medicines programs. He began his career at The Corkery Group, where he executed communications strategies for Gilead Sciences, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
MSPH, International Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
University of Virginia