Adam Taylor

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Adam Taylor "recently received his masters in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government. As a graduate student, he worked with the Center for International Development and the Government of Nigeria to design a political strategy to mobilize resources for a comprehensive HIV/AIDS program in Nigeria. His prior work experience includes conflict resolution with the Carter Center as an Urban Fellow with the New York City Commission to the United Nations. He serves as the Co-founder and Executive Director of Global Justice and the Student Global AIDS Campaign. As a new non-profit organization Global Justice seeks to mobilize students and young people in the U.S., in partnership with young people worldwide, to promote global justice and responsibility through education, leadership development, advocacy, and better public policy. He currently serves on the Board of the Jubilee USA Network and the Global AIDS Alliance (GAA).“ [1]