Adam J. Newman is the Managing Vice President of Industry Solutions Eduventures. He joined Eduventures in 1999 and has played a leadership role in the growth and development of the company's research practice. He is responsible for products and services at Eduventures, overseeing the direction and operations of the company's research and advisory practices. He has worked on a wide range of research projects and growth-oriented advisory engagements for K-12, postsecondary, and corporate clients; notable areas of expertise include K-12 supplemental services markets, online postsecondary education strategies and market trends, corporate tuition assistance programs, and corporate e-learning market trends.
Mr. Newman's published research includes Closing the Equity Gap: Addressing NCLB Compliance with Access Infrastructure Software, What Can Virtual Learning Do For Your School?, Tuition Assistance Plan Benchmark: Managing TAP as a Strategic Asset, and Charting the Course: Postsecondary E-Learning Providers Respond to New Market Conditions.
The New York Times, BusinessWeek, University Business, Education Week, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and numerous other publications have covered Adam Newman's research and analysis. Prior to joining Eduventures, he was senior manager of custom research at the Corporate Executive Board, a membership-based research organization delivering best practices research and analysis to Global 2000 companies. He also has several years' experience teaching and coaching at the middle and secondary school levels. He holds a B.A. in English from Duke University.