JOHNS HOPKINS SAIS, MASTERS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC POLICY| US ARMY
FOCUS AREA: INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC POLICY
Nicolas Adams is a commissioned officer in the United States Army Reserve with over ten years of active duty experience. He has served as a senior battalion staff officer, detachment commander, and platoon leader, with five overseas combat deployments. His time in the military has given him a global perspective to contemporary issues, and has armed him with the drive and desire to effect positive change wherever he can. In late 2016, he transitioned from the Army into the Reserve, and began working toward his master’s degree. As a representative to student government at Johns Hopkins University, Nicolas was successful in doubling the school’s contribution to the Yellow Ribbon program. Nicolas holds a BS in Political Science from Boise State University, and a Master of International Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.