Adam Harms

Adam Harms

Program & Communications Manager, Environmental Grantmakers Association
 
In his role as Program and Communications Manager at EGA, Adam oversees organizational communications strategy, manages priority projects and supports funder- to-funder collaboration. Prior to coming to EGA, Adam served as a Communications and Advocacy Associate with Global Health Strategies, where he supported new media strategies on behalf of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
 
Adam earned his BA at New York University in Environmental and Urban Studies. His most significant academic pursuits included a grant proposal about the reopening of Manhattan's 91st Street waste transfer station and a Senior thesis exploring economical methods to reduce the environmental effects of idling aircraft.
Employment Sought:
Permanent Position

Education

Master’s in Environmental Management, May 2018
Nicholas School of the Environment
Duke University, Durham, NC
 
Bachelor of Arts, 2009
New York University
College of Arts and Sciences
Double Major in Environmental Studies and Urban Studies
Departmental GPA: 3.66            
Chancellor’s Grant Recipient (2007)

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Contact

adam.harms@duke.edu

Graduation Date

May 2018

Preferred Sector

Consulting
Non-profit / NGO
Research Institute / Think Tank

Skills

carbon accounting
cost-benefit analysis
energy efficiency
greenhouse gas mitigation strategies
project management

Languages

French

Preferred Location

Mid-Atlantic
Midwest
Northeast
Southeast
West