Adam is a Project Manager at the Berkman Klein Center, where he manages the Lumen project and also participates in various other Center efforts, including liaising with the SIENNA project, the Criminal Justice Debt Tool Project, and a paper regarding Wikipedia’s internal moderation processes.
He has been involved with the Center since the summer of 2008, when he worked with Lewis Hyde as a summer intern on the “Freedom to Teach” Project. He is grateful on a daily basis to have the privilege of being part of such a vibrant and inspiring community of people.
Adam has a bachelor’s degree in Folklore & Mythology from Harvard College, a J.D. from Boston University School of Law, and an M.S. in Psychology from California Southern University. He has authored or co-authored papers on collaborative law, bioethics and copyright reform, and his Master thesis addresses using mindfulness techniques in scholastic settings to alleviate student anxiety disorders.
Prior to completing his graduate degrees, Adam spent ten years training with the U.S. National Rowing Team, winning two World Championship medals and competing at the 1996 Olympic Games. He’d be glad to talk to you about any aspect of training.
Outside of the Berkman Klein Center, Adam coaches rowing and wrestling at nearby BB&N School, studies and teaches Brazilian jiu jitsu, reads as much science fiction and comics as he can get his hands on, and adores his wife and two daughters.