The Bulletin welcomes Adam Dombovari as assistant director of digital operations

By Sarah Starkey | March 22, 2024

The Bulletin is thrilled to welcome Adam Dombovari as assistant director of digital operations.

Before joining the Bulletin, Adam was assistant director of web strategy on the Marketing and Communications team at Harvard Business School where he helped launch the school’s new web CMS platform and digital design system. Previously, he has worked in communications, digital strategy, and program management roles in higher education in the U.S. and Canada at the University of Alberta, Northeastern University, and Boston Children’s Hospital. In these roles, he supported interdisciplinary research projects in a variety of subject areas including AI and data ethics, energy and the environment, and medical humanities.

“We are thrilled to have Adam join our communications team,” said Bulletin Chief Audience Officer John Pope. “His technical knowledge and experience doing communications work will be a valuable asset, as will his first-hand experience with conducting and disseminating research.”

Adam holds a PhD in history from Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest, Hungary where he’s originally from. He also holds a Master of Science in information management from Robert Gordon University. Outside of work, he enjoys hiking in the mountains and amateur landscape photography. Adam is based out of Tempe, Arizona.

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