Adam Marshall joined the BCC in July 2009, and is responsible for representing the interests of the Chamber of Commerce network - with 52 accredited Chambers and over 100,000 member businesses across the UK - in Whitehall, Westminster and the media. Prior to joining the BCC, Adam was Head of Policy at the Centre for Cities think-tank. During his five years in this role (2004-2009), Adam played a central role in the organisation's start-up and spin-out from the Institute for Public Policy Research. He also led work on city leadership, transport, local finance, and economic development.

Previously, Adam also worked for the Cambridge-MIT Institute (2003-2004), and in local politics in his native Washington DC.

Adam holds a BA from Yale University, and MPhil and PhD degrees from the University of Cambridge.

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