Adam Linker is Co-Director of the North Carolina Justice Center’s Health Access Coalition, a statewide nonpartisan consumer advocacy organization. Prior to serving as Co-Director, Adam spent six years as a health policy analyst at the Justice Center. Adam analyzes state and federal health care legislation and regulations, lobbies lawmakers, writes reports and editorials, and speaks to community groups. He also represents consumers on several state task forces studying how best to implement federal health reform in North Carolina. In addition, Adam is a designated consumer representative to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
Before joining the Justice Center, Adam was a health care and education reporter for Triangle Business Journal. He has a master's degree in African American history from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a master's degree in journalism from UNC. Adam grew up in Raleigh and attended UNC as an undergraduate.