Co-Director of Environmental Policy
Colter Adams is a highly motivated student leader, community activist, and U.S. Presidential Scholar with extensive experience in environmental advocacy and government studies. He recently graduated from George Mason High School, where he served as the President of Young Democrats, the Managing Editor of the Lasso (an award-winning student paper), and a regular composer for the Theater Department. After serving on a White House Champions of Change panel, and securing thousands of dollars in grants for his environmental club, he received a scholarship to attend Conserve School, an environmental leadership program in Northern Wisconsin. Receiving training in community stewardship and youth activism, Colter joined his city’s Environmental Services Council as a student representative. He is currently using this platform to advocate for sustainable policies from within Falls Church City. Colter loves spending time outdoors, climbing, hiking, and mountain biking, with his large, boisterous family. He is also an amateur photographer and instrumentalist for the band Indigo Boulevard, with tens of thousands of listeners on major streaming sites. He attends Bowdoin College as a freshman.