Adam started his career at The Guild in June 1999 and held positions as education coordinator, program support coordinator, academic support coordinator, and diagnostic support coordinator before becoming a teacher. He has a bachelor’s in communications from Wilkes University, a master’s in learning disabilities and special education from American University and a master’s in severe special needs from Bay Path University. He also holds certifications in moderate and severe special needs. Adam’s favorite part about working at The Guild is having the opportunity to serve the students. He feels challenged and fulfilled every day. Adam enjoys walking along the Charles River and visiting sites around Boston. He also likes reading sports autobiographies.