Adam joined Miller Research in 2016 after completing an undergraduate degree in History at University College London. As part of his degree, he spent a year studying and living in Prague, Czech Republic. For his dissertation he researched Alexander Kerensky, the largely-forgotten ‘first love’ of the 1917 Russian Revolution.
Since joining Miller Research, Adam has worked on a profile of the ICT Sector in Wales, a long-term Evaluation of Resource Efficient Wales and an on-going Evaluation of the In One Place program.
In his free time, Adam enjoys trying to learn languages (French, Russian, Czech, German and most recently Welsh), travelling to the great and not-so-great cities of Central and Eastern Europe, and walking the hills and mountains of the UK.
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