Master of Science in Epidemiology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Bachelor of Arts in Medical Anthropology and Global Health, University of Washington.
Adam has over 8 years of experience in global health and infectious diseases with a focus on strategy, policy, programme management, operational research and analytics.
Before joining MMGH, Adam was part of Gavi’s Vaccine Implementation where he managed Gavi’s cholera and typhoid vaccine programmes. In this role he helped to lead the global introduction of typhoid conjugate vaccines, expand the use of oral cholera vaccines globally and develop vaccine impact studies to inform the design and delivery of Gavi’s vaccine programmes. Prior to his work on the Vaccine Implementation team at Gavi, Adam co-led the development of Gavi’s Vaccine Investment Strategy which resulted in Gavi Board approval of $360M in new vaccine investments. Adam previously served in several roles for the Clinton Health Access Initiative based in Southern Africa where he provided technical assistance and analytics support to Ministries of Health to develop and implement national strategic plans for malaria control and elimination. He also previously worked at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation where he supported the development of strategic grants and new areas of investment.
Adam holds a Master of Science in Epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a Bachelor of Arts in Medical Anthropology and Global Health from the University of Washington.