Adam Lubitz joined WMF in 2019. He first became involved in WMF’s work through a 2016 summer studio project based in Lalibela, Ethiopia, followed by a 2017 studio project based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He holds a B.A. in Urban Studies from New College of Florida, M.S. degrees in Urban Planning and Historic Preservation from Columbia University and has taught introductory Geographic Information Systems coursework at Barnard College. As the Jewish Heritage Program Fellow, Adam’s research will help WMF grow its network of potential project sites and partner organizations.
Jewish Heritage Program Fellow