A. Adam Glenn is an educator, digital pioneer and long-time journalist. He worked for over 20 years in newspaper, magazine and online newsrooms in New York and Washington, D.C., including as a senior producer at ABCNews.com before starting his own digital media consulting business working with news publishers, think tanks and non-profits, as well as launching two climate change-related news services and a digital weekly news magazine for environmental reporters. Adam began teaching 15 years ago during a fellowship to India, and in the last decade has held faculty positions at Columbia University, New York University and CUNY. He’s won numerous fellowships, grants and awards, including a Knight News Challenge award, Wilson Center think tank public policy scholar’s post, and, most recently, was part of a team in partnership with WNYC Radio to win a national Murrow award. He lives in the Lower Hudson Valley north of New York City.
- Table Talks: Mission, Ethics, Culture and Career — ONA18, September 12, 2018