Adam Reeder runs a homelessness prevention program at the Institute for Human Services in Honolulu. His program has helped countless local families avoid homelessness in this tough economy.
During the 2012 legislative session, Adam worked as a legislative analyst in the Hawai'i House of Representatives. As a member of the House Minority Research Office, Adam covered hearings in the Housing, Human Services and Health committees. He analyzed bills, advised legislators on their votes and drafted resolutions.
Adam holds a Masters degree in Public Policy from Michigan State University and A Bachelors degree in International Relations from Florida International University. He lives in Ewa Beach with his wife of nine years, Katherine.