Adam Solomon joined The Assembly in August, 2018. He is responsible for data aggregation and processing as well as constituent research. He also provides support to The Assembly’s new database architecture.
Prior to joining The Assembly, Mr. Solomon conducted ethnographic fieldwork on criminality in Bali, Indonesia. Mr. Solomon also worked at the Center for Human Development & Family Services as a waiver support provider. In this role, he focused on the social and educational needs of children diagnosed with conduct disorder.
Mr. Solomon received a BA in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.