Director of Training and Instruction
Adam previously worked as an instructional coach, math teacher, session facilitator, and education consultant in one of the most rural and under-resourced school districts in Louisiana. In these roles, he saw firsthand the inequity that permeates our education system. As a result, he is committed to working toward ensuring that all schools have qualified certified teachers in front of students. Currently, Adam oversees LRCE’s ongoing training during the year and supports LRCE’s summer/fall institutes. In this role, he oversees the arc of professional development and supports a staff of facilitators to develop practitioner’s pedagogical knowledge as they train under a mentor teacher. Lastly, Adam also works on developing and streamlining LRCE operational systems such as the new applicant system. In his free time, Adam enjoys traveling, learning computer programming, and spending time with his newly wedded wife. Adam has a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley and a Masters in Education Leadership from Lehigh University.