Mark Adams - Mark Adams of GA

Commissioner and Staff Atty at Washington Ct. of Appeals

Nationality

American

Current location

United States

Work category

Legal

Education

PhD/Doctorate

Profile Activity

A longtime attorney, today Mark Adams dedicates his time and energy to community service. A resident of Gig Harbor, Washington, he tutors local elementary school pupils in math and coaches youth league sports. Pursuing a variety of interests, Mark Adams also serves as a Spanish instructor at Tacoma Community College and helps build houses for the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. He also volunteers for the Jackson Street Food Bank.

With a considerable history in civic causes, Mark Adams previously sat on the boards of a number of organizations, including the Diocesan Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association, Center for Child Abuse Prevention Services, and Tacoma Municipal Authority, a public housing agency.

Mark Adams's Professional Experience

1977 - 1977

Tacoma, WA - Assistant City Atty

1972 - 1974
City prosecutor; advised Tax & License, Fire Dept, public housing agency

Key Skills
commissioner law Tax

Mark Adams's Education and Qualifications

1987

PhD/Doctorate - Lae

Boalt Hall School of Law, UC-Berkeley

Cert., Harvard Law School (1978)
B.A. (Econ.), Portland State University; Univ. of Oregon Honors College
Cert., Episcopal Diocese of Olympia Sch. of Theology (1984)

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Charitable Activities
Habitat for Humanity, elementary school math tutor; Spanish instructor, Tacoma Community College; Jackson Street Food Bank; various church volunteer assignments, Center for Child Abuse Prevention Services

MEMBERSHIPS
Diocesan Council, Episcopal Diocese of Olympia; Tacoma Municipal Authority (public housing agency); Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Assn