Adam Blaisdell is an American businessman working at Plymouth Public Schools as district business administrator. He resides at 97 Summer Street in Adams, Massachusetts.
His research challenged the traditional view of autoimmunity and identified A20 as a target for immunotherapy; inhibiting A20 dramatically reduces autoimmune disease symptoms while equipping immune cells to become better cancer fighters.
Early Life and Education
Adam Blaisdell was born and raised in North Plymouth. He attended public schools before going on to college to earn both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Since college graduation, Blaisdell has held several jobs including teaching and administration positions at local schools; most recently South Elementary School as principal before leaving this post last year for assistant superintendent at Dighton-Rehoboth School District; now returning back home as business administrator of Plymouth school system with hopes that his staff and students remain.
Blaisdell currently serves as Co-Owner of Vermont Furniture Designs and is responsible for its growth and profitability by creating policies which take into account legal responsibilities as well as economic conditions.
He has an intense thirst for knowledge, having taken part in various educational programs. Furthermore, he is an honorary member of Oneida Nation’s Standing Stone Bear Clan, with hopes to integrate nutritional science research with tribal public policy and health care systems.
Before joining UND, Blaisdell spent two seasons with the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the USHL where he led them both seasons in goals and points scored – earning USHL All-Rookie Team honors as a rookie and earning NCHC Forward of the Week recognition after scoring two goals against Omaha on Feb 17th.
Achievement and Honors
Public records reveal that Adam Blaisdell earned $51,095 at Plymouth Public Schools during 2018, an amount which is 62% more than their average annual salary. Blaisdell currently resides at 97 Summer Street Adams Massachusetts 01220.
He was an outstanding backfield player on “Uncle Charlie’s” 1924 team and helped guide Bucknell Bison to an 8-2 record that season. Later that same year he was honored as Bucknell University’s Outstanding Alumnus.
Plymouth Town Manager Benjamin Rideout recently assumed his current role after spending one year as Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction with Dighton-Rehoboth school district, having previously served as Principal for Hedge and South elementary schools within town. On March 13th, Alfred Boy Scout Troop 345 hosted an Eagle Court of Honor Ceremony led by Senior Patrol Leader Steven Lord; other participants included Ryan Cole, Peter McCoy, Jacob Gervais, Kris Constantine and Brandon St. Laurent who all assisted at this successful ceremony.
Adam Blaisdell has worked for the Town of Plymouth as a school principal for more than a decade, beginning as principal of South Elementary School and eventually serving as assistant superintendent before accepting a new role with Dighton-Rehoboth school district an hour away from Plymouth. Blaisdell believes numbers have always been an integral part of his work life, and will now transition seamlessly into Town Hall as business administrator after taking the place of Gary Costin, who recently left to work at a Rhode Island school district.