Adam Hasley directs the National Restaurant Association’s Advocacy Research initiatives. Working closely with think tanks, academic institutions, and nationally-recognized consulting firms, Adam uses research-backed data to provide insight into how public policy on the local, state, and federal level will impact the restaurant industry. Additionally, Adam manages the Association’s predictive analytics and focuses on emerging issues poised to have implications for the foodservice industry in the near or distant future.
Prior to joining the Association team, Adam served as COO for an international consulting firm based in Zhengzhou, China where he provided market analyses for Chinese firms looking to expand into American markets. He has also worked for several political campaigns advising on voter analytics and fundraising. Adam is currently completing his Master’s degree at Harvard University.