Adam Marshall

Director of Policy and External Affairs

Adam is Director of Policy and External Affairs at the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC). He joined the BCC in July 2009, and is responsible for representing the interests of the Chamber of Commerce network - with 52 accredited Chambers and over 100,000 member businesses across the UK - in Whitehall, Westminster and the media.

Contact Details

Email:[email protected]
Telephone:020 7654 5815

Biography

Adam is Director of Policy and External Affairs at the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC). He joined the BCC in July 2009, and is responsible for representing the interests of the Chamber of Commerce network – with 52 accredited Chambers and over 100,000 member businesses across the UK – in Whitehall, Westminster and the media.

Prior to joining the BCC, Adam was Head of Policy at the Centre for Cities think-tank. During his five years in this role (2004-2009), Adam played a central role in the organisation’s start-up and spin-out from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR). He also led work on city leadership, transport, local finance, and economic development.

Previously, Adam also worked for the Cambridge-MIT Institute (2003-2004), and in local politics in his native Washington DC.

Adam holds a BA from Yale University, and MPhil and PhD degrees from the University of Cambridge.