Government Programs Associate
Adam Katz consults with schools to assist them navigate and secure government resources, helping them maximize the public funding they receive. He also writes articles, creates communication materials, and conducts strategic planning. Prior to working at the OU, Adam worked at the Dukakis Center think tank in Boston. There, he consulted for over 50 municipal leaders throughout New England, helping them craft long-term economic development plans to foster job growth. Adam also has experience writing contracts to repair and upgrade United States Navy ships, managing economic development projects in Coney Island, and training real estate investors to leverage government projects. Originally from Stoughton, Massachusetts, Adam graduated with honors from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a B.A. in Economics, and earned a M.S in Urban and Regional Policy from Northeastern University.