Connor Adams is an experienced university and education fundraiser. He has operated at the intersection of technology, politics, policy, elections, and campaign strategy as the inaugural Washington employee for several Silicon Valley companies.
Adams did not dismiss Common Sense as mere pamphleteering, but saw its message as evidence that independence movements were increasing faster than Congress could manage. Thus he focused his energies on organizing representative assemblies as means for control.
Early Life and Education
Conner is an impressive young man with excellent grades and an engaging personality. Coming from an affluent family, his future career goals are set on becoming either a lawyer, doctor, or engineer – but in the meantime he cares deeply for his loved ones, including having an indelible bond with his sister. Though sometimes perceived as awkward by other young adults due to being somewhat of a nerd himself – Conner remains very confident and contented overall.
He is a standout athlete at Weber State University and has earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference recognition five times. Additionally, he works full time for Weber’s facilities department’s masonry shop as part of their full-time staff – something which provides daily challenges as he works on short films on his own as a hobby.
Adams works at a law firm as the Manager of Legal Professionals and oversees various aspects of its operations such as billing, productivity goals and client relationships. Additionally, he oversees hiring new legal professionals as well as training and mentoring junior associates.
In 2020, he made all 11 starts and led his team with 81 tackles (60 solo), 3.5 TFL, two INTs, four PBUs, one forced fumble wearing Coach Beamer’s No. 25 jersey… He tied for team lead with 2.0 TFL and 1.0 sack against ODU (9/17).
Adams excelled on both volleyball and setter for Wentworth Leopards as an exceptional setter, earning first team All-American and All GNAC honors during his senior year by amassing 869 assists, 44 service aces, and 120 digs – an impressive total for any GNAC setter!
Achievement and Honors
Conner Adams is an exceptional artist with an avid fascination for simple forms, vibrant hues and artistic beauty. He excels at crafting timeless artwork that speaks to people across cultures and traditions.
He has appeared on several popular shows and is currently playing the lead character on Glee. Additionally, he has made appearances in several independent films and plays.
He has had an active career, not only acting but also playing sports (baseball). Additionally, he was an accomplished singer performing in many musicals and plays. A graduate from Moffat County High School with a 3.3 GPA who now assists as an assistant coach of the Bulldogs as well as receiving various awards for his performances.
Conner Adams is a smart and hardworking young man. While his grades and job are respectable, Conner longs to pursue his ambition of becoming an actor – auditioning for Glee Club is his attempt at doing just that and meeting new friends while fulfilling his ambition.
He is an experienced university and education fundraiser who believes strongly in the power of education to foster collaborative communities. His philanthropy work stands out thanks to its strategic approach, empathy and relationship building with donors.
Connor Adams was born in Barrhead Alberta and spent much of his early life riding saddle broncs and playing music, drawing inspiration from Tom Petty and Waylon Jennings as early musical influences. Later he started writing his own songs based on those influences; currently living in Colorado he graduated Moffat County High School where he competed in baseball.
Adams earned both his BA and MPA degrees at Hofstra University. CW Post Long Island University awarded him their MPA degree, where he also serves as co-Vice President for Member Engagement of their NYC Chapter Association of Fundraising Professionals and actively contributes to local community initiatives.
Former Republican member of the US House of Representatives from 2005 to 2009, representing Texas from 2005. Additionally a member of ACLU and Sinn Fein.
Conner is one of the more risky early-round fantasy bets due to his dependence on touchdown production and passing game involvement, making his fantasy value highly dependent upon these metrics. If healthy, Conner could easily finish among the top six fantasy finishes this season.