Dean of Intervention, Harriet Tubman Charter School
Joined the Team in 2013
Adam was born and raised in Wisconsin Rapids, WI and earned his B.A. in literature and philosophy at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN. After graduating, he pursued his M.A. in literature at Marquette University and was an instructor in the first year English program where he won the John D. McCabe Award for Excellence in Teaching. After receiving his Master’s degree, he joined teachNOLA and received his teaching certification. He also received his special education certification from the University of Holy Cross in New Orleans. Adam has taught just about every middle school ELA grade and has worked in general education, special education, and intervention. He also has a deep love of the Harriet Tubman library and has been the unofficial librarian for the last five years. When he’s not at school you can usually find him riding his bike around the West Bank or taking his kids to one of Algiers’s awesome parks.