主幹研究員（併任）/Global Civil Society Engagement, ICANN.
Telecommunications and Internet policy; information and communications policy and development; Internet governance.
Adam is responsible for ICANN’s relations with civil society organizations, supporting non-commercial participation in ICANN’s multistakeholder model. He is also responsible for ICANN’s engagement with stakeholders in the Benelux countries, U.K. and Ireland. Before joining ICANN in December 2014, Adam spent more than two decades as a senior researcher at the Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM), International University of Japan, where he worked on projects related to telecommunications and Internet policy. Adam has been active in policy-making activities for the deployment and development of the Internet since the early-1990s. He was one of the lead representatives of global civil society representatives during WSIS, IGF and NETmundial.
Geography (minor History), Bachelor of Arts, BA, University of Hull, United Kingdom, 1982.