Adam is chief executive of WaterAid in Australia. Previously he was chief executive of ChildFund New Zealand. Adam is a board member on the Executive Committee of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and Amnesty International Australia’s Victorian Branch Committee. Previous governance roles include chair of Amnesty International Aotearoa New Zealand and serving on the boards of Auckland Zoo and the New Zealand Council for International Development (CiD). Adam has a wealth of experience in the Australian, UK and New Zealand Third Sectors in governance, senior management, policy and campaigns, international programs and fundraising. Adam has specialised in international development, social justice, wildlife and environmental not-for-profit agencies. He has worked for the Friends of the Earth, Amnesty International, the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), Comic Relief/Red Nose Day, Greenpeace and Auckland Grammar School. Adam holds a Master of International Law (University of Melbourne) and BA (Hons) Humanities.
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