Adam works at Google as a corporate communications manager and is the company’s spokesperson in Poland. Previously he was an analyst on Google’s public policy team for Central and Eastern Europe. He is also leading the activities of the New Europe 100 project – a list and network of digital innovators from the CEE region. Before joining Google he worked at the Polish Ministry of Interior and was the co-founder of the United Nations Association – Poland, a civil society organization supporting local programmes and promoting the values of the UN. He graduated from King’s College London and from London School of Economics and Political Science. His academic interests include global tech policies, the politics of energy in Central and Eastern Europe as well as the history of the European democracies.

Last edited in August, 2018.

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