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Adam Morrow is the Administrative Officer at the Pacific Islands Development Program (PIDP). He was born and raised on the island of O’ahu, with his family tracing their roots back to New York and New England.

Adam started working with the East-West Center as a contractor assisting with PIDP and East-West Center in Washington programming in the summer of 2023. Before working with the East West Center, Adam served as the Director of the Young Leaders Program at Pacific Forum International in Honolulu and as a Program Specialist at Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA in Washington, DC.

Prior to his work in international affairs, Adam was a teacher and coach. He has delivered instruction in middle school science, middle and high school math, and outrigger canoe paddling.

Adam received his BA in Asian Studies from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM), holds an MA in International Affairs from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, and is pursuing a second MA from the UHM Center for Pacific Islands Studies.

Adam Morrow is the Administrative Officer at the Pacific Islands Development Program (PIDP). He was born and raised on the island of O’ahu, with his family tracing their roots back to New York and New England.

Adam started working with the East-West Center as a contractor assisting with PIDP and East-West Center in Washington programming in the summer of 2023. Before working with the East West Center, Adam served as the Director of the Young Leaders Program at Pacific Forum International in Honolulu and as a Program Specialist at Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA in Washington, DC.

Prior to his work in international affairs, Adam was a teacher and coach. He has delivered instruction in middle school science, middle and high school math, and outrigger canoe paddling.

Adam received his BA in Asian Studies from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM), holds an MA in International Affairs from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, and is pursuing a second MA from the UHM Center for Pacific Islands Studies.