Adam Fenner

Adam calls himself “a product of Adventist Education” and thoroughly believes in the value of his uniquely educational experience. Having attended Adventist schools from first grade through college, he has seen the true and lasting value of the education it provides, and is committed to strengthening the system that gave him the spiritual foundation and values he has today. His life was enriched and forever changed when volunteered in Honduras to work with orphans and malnourished children for several years.

As the North American Division’s Director of the Adventist Learning Community, Adam works to train and equip Church members and employees with the skills and resources they need to further the Great Commission. He has a passion for the university classroom and enjoys adjunct teaching at Andrews University for the History and Political Science Department and the Honors Department. Adam holds degrees from American University, Stanford University, and Andrews University and specialized in U.S. foreign policy and history during his doctoral studies.

When he’s not working, he likes to fish, hunt, kayak, paddleboard, travel, and most of all spend time with his sons Jack and Leo and wife Susan.

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