Adam Clark has worked with refugees and immigrants since 2007. He worked in direct services for years at Kentucky Refugee Ministries, was the Refugee Data Analyst for the Kentucky Office for Refugees, and currently leads World Relief Durham’s services to immigrants as its Executive Director as he has since 2015. Adam graduated magna cum laude from Wheaton College double majoring in Philosophy and Theology in 2006. He also graduated with a Master of Divinity as valedictorian from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 2010. He is the winner of 5 theological awards, is certified in non-profit management from Duke University, and was the project manager for the recent book No Longer Strangers, eds Rev. Eugene Cho and Dr. Samira Izadi Page. When not in the office, Adam spends his time with his wife, Sophia, his three kids, Deuce, Tatiyana and Sparrow, or he’s in the woods somewhere hunting.