Adam Foreman is the Student Programs Specialist at The National WWII Museum in New Orleans. Adam received his Masters degree in Public History from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, participated in the Public History Institute at Yale University, and completed a Museum Studies certificate from Northwestern University. He has worked with The National Trust for Historic Preservation, The Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area, and served as Director of Melrose Plantation. Recently, he joined the national education committee for AASLH and America 250, the semiquincentennial of the American Revolution. Adam has been with The National WWII Museum since 2015.