Dr. Adam Fenner specializes in U.S.-Latin American relations and holds degrees from American University, Stanford University, and Andrews University. He is currently writing a book manuscript based on his dissertation entitled, “The Path to Favor: Tiburcio Carías Andino and the United States, 1923-1941.” He received several competitive fellowships and grants including the prestigious Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship at American University. He has taught world history on the college level at Andrews University and US American literature and general history in Honduras.
While pursuing his doctorate Fenner worked professionally as a freelance researcher at the Library of Congress and National Archives in Washington, D.C. He also worked as a teaching and research assistant throughout most of his undergraduate and graduate studies.
Dr. Fenner and his wife Susan enjoy spending as much time as possible volunteering for Pan American Health Service, which owns and operates an orphanage in Honduras.
When he’s not working or volunteering, he likes to fish, hunt, kayak, paddleboard, travel, and most of all spend time with his son Jack.