Adama received a B.A. in international relations and war and conflict studies with combined honors from the University of Westminster in London, UK, where he was a class representative, participated in Model United Nations, and was a member of the Westminster Rowing Club. At William & Mary he is a member of the George Wythe Society, the Black Law Student Association, the Business Law Society, and is a board member of the Volunteer Service Club. In summer 2013 he worked at the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance in The Hague, Netherlands.
His Own Words
"I chose William & Mary because of the focus on community. Coming from a large undergraduate in the middle of a large city, I knew that I wanted something different. While here, I have felt that I am in a very small community of good people. I would choose William and Mary again because I feel comfortable here. No matter how difficult the first year got, I always knew that I was at the right school for me."