June 6, 2013

About Adam

Adam Hollier was born in Detroit, Michigan. He is the son of Carl Hollier (retired Captain of the Detroit Fire Dept. and Training Officer at the Wayne County Health Dept.) and Jacquelene Hollier (retired Social worker) of Detroit, Michigan. He was raised in the Northend, where generations of his family have lived since the 1940s. Adam is continuing the family legacy restoring a historic home in the Northend with his wife Krystle.

Adam is a proud graduate of the Detroit Public School system. He received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University in Industrial and Labor relations where he participated in Varsity Football and Track. Adam also proudly served as a volunteer Ithaca Fire Fighter while finishing his degree.  Adam enlisted in the United States Army and earned a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant at Officer Candidate School in Fort Benning Georgia. He currently serves in the 414th Civil Affairs BN as the S-4 Officer In Charge (OIC) USAR.

Following Hurricane Katrina, he served as volunteer coordinator for the East Biloxi Relief and Recovery Center in Biloxi, MS. Adam was among the first groups to respond after the hurricane devastated countless communities in the area. Adam then returned to his home state to earn a Master’s of Urban Planning from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Adam first served in a public capacity as the District Director for State Senator Buzz Thomas in 2004. After earning his Master’s, he served as Chief of Staff for State Senator Bert Johnson from 2009 to 2012. During his tenure in public service with Senators Thomas and Johnson, Adam was instrumental in gaining “wins” for his community, notably (PA 152 of 2009), which protects seniors and the infirm from losing their utility services.  While working for Mayor Bing Adam shepherded the creation of the Public Lighting Authority.  A project that has resulted in the installation of 64,000 new lights across the City of Detroit.

Adam spends his spare time training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and woodworking.

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