Adam is the Coordinator Community Activation & Learning at Melton City Council and is responsible for leading the delivery of place-based inclusive learning for the community so to develop confident, socially connected, participatory lifelong learners equipped to live a full and active life, and contribute to a thriving and prosperous community. He also leads the development and implementation of Council’s community learning objectives, planning, policy and programming which provides strategic options for Council and its stakeholders to respond to community need at both the municipal and local neighbourhood level to deliver enhanced outcomes for community in engagement, empowerment, activity, and community learning objectives. An experienced people leader with a demonstrated history of working in government and not-for-profit sector, event management and community development services. Skilled in Planning, Management, Leadership, financial management and Strategic Leadership. He is also a strong human resources professional, with demonstrated experience in managing diverse teams of scale. Adam is a passionate, knowledgeable and skilled community development expert that is committed to the design, development and delivery of quality learning programs to help people transform their lives and achieve their dreams through lifelong learning. This is particularly relevant to the ongoing provision of quality, accessible lifelong learning programs for City of Melton residents. With tertiary qualifications in business, leadership and management, Adam’s current passion is in building a learning city that fully integrate formal, informal and non-formal learning to build communities to leverage place based learning programs to equip individuals with the knowledge, tools and skills they need to grow and thrive in the modern world. Adam is thrilled to be working with Melton City Council, an international leader in the learning cities space, to fully embrace the challenge of placing learning at the heart of individual and community life by utilising learning and community development as a key driver for change.