“I am excited to join the exceptional team of teachers and administrators at American Heritage School.“
Adam Brewer comes to American Heritage with eight years of teaching experience in higher education. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Brigham Young University-Idaho. After working for a U.S. Senator for a short time, Adam returned to school to complete his graduate studies at Idaho State University. He has a Master’s degree in Public Administration and a Doctorate degree in Political Science with an interdisciplinary component in History. While completing his graduate studies, Adam began his teaching career in 2013 teaching American government and college success courses for ISU and BYU-Idaho. Ultimately, Adam joined the faculty in the History, Geography, & Political Science Department at BYU-Idaho full-time as a visiting professor while completing his dissertation. In 2018, Adam moved to Missoula, Montana to teach for the Department of Public Administration and Policy at the University of Montana. There, he published several articles for various academic journals and taught courses in human resource management, ethics, and public policy. Adam is a teacher at heart and believes learning is a life-long endeavor. Outside of work, Adam enjoys road biking and spending time with his wife and four children. Just this year, he decided to leave higher education and is now excited to join the exceptional team of teachers and administrators at American Heritage School.