Adam Hasham is an experienced transportation policy and public engagement professional working with TCAT to evaluate Toronto’s ActiveTO initiatives. Adam brings an ability to distill complex issues for consideration by communities and decision makers. Most recently, Adam was a Director at a consulting firm where he led deliberative democracy projects on transportation and public space planning, infrastructure finance, and illicit drug policy for governments and their agencies across Canada.
Adam studied transportation engineering, researching public transit emissions and traffic evaporation at McGill University, where he was a 2010 Loran Scholar. Having since worked in the public, private, and non-profit sectors, he is currently pursuing a Master of Cities Engineering and Management at the University of Toronto.