Adam Robertson currently works for a principal local authority within their financial department, and wishes to bring his knowledge and skills learnt from there to shape Suffolk's financial recovery from Covid-19.
Adam is a passionate local campaigner, who sits on his local Town Council. Adam understands the need to tackle speeding especially within Kessingland and Rushmere. Adam also wants to encourage a diversified economy within Southwold, which relies less on Tourism.
Adam is keen to see that those who are marginalised within society, are also heard. Adam was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome from the age of 4, and was expelled from three mainstream schools by the age of 13. Adam went onto to do an MA in International Relations and European Studies at the University of East Anglia, which he is proud of.
However, Adam is acutely aware of the funding shortfalls to Pupil Referral Units. "I owe all my educational achievements to Harbour Pupil Referral Unit and the amazing teachers who supported me", states Adam. Adam continued, "However, I am concerned at the lack of financial provision giving to Pupil Referral Units within Suffolk. Pupils within Pupil Referral Units should not be forgotten, but be allowed to achieve their dreams and aspirations."
Contact Adam on 07749889997