Al Adam

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Al Adam
51st Mayor of Thousand Oaks & City Councilmember
Assumed office
December 11, 2012
Personal details
Born (1951-10-19) October 19, 1951 (age 68)
Pennsylvania, U.S.
Spouse(s)Married, Marilyn Adam
Alma materRutgers University
WebsiteGovernment website

Al Adam is a Thousand Oaks City Council member[1] and Managing Director of Investments for Wells Fargo Advisors.[2] He has specialized in economic development[3][4] and ecological sustainability. Adam served as the 51st Mayor of the City of Thousand Oaks.[1]

Al was elected to the City Council in 2012[1] after serving various community roles: Planning Commissioner, YMCA Chair, founder of the Alliance for the Arts and Chair of the Civic Arts Plaza Board of Governors.

Al Adam is running for re-election to the Thousand Oaks City Council on November 8, 2016.[5]

As the Mayor, Al is the chair of the Ventura Council of Governments,[6] a member of the Economic Development Collaborative-Ventura County[3] and a member of the Association of Ventura County Cities. He serves on a number of committees. These include but are not limited to Cultural Affairs, Ad Hoc City Council Thousand Oaks Boulevard Specific Plan Committee, Ad Hoc City Council Theatres Fund Budget Review Committee, Ad Hoc Cultural Arts Review Committee, City Finance/Audit Committee, City Selection Committee, and the 2064 Visioning Program Economy Committee.

After graduating from Rutgers University[7] and moving to the City of Thousand Oaks, Al entered the Financial Services industry.

Al and his wife Marilyn have twin daughters Erica and Allison that are presently first year undergraduates at UCSB. The two graduated last year from Westlake High School. The entire family are members of the Assistance League of the Conejo Valley.[8]

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  4. "Thousand Oaks City Council names new mayor, pro tem". Retrieved 2016-10-24.
  5. "Editorial: Adam, McCoy for Thousand Oaks City Council". Ventura County Star. Retrieved 2016-10-24.
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  8. "About Al Adam - Al Adam for Thousand Oaks City Council 2016". Al Adam for Thousand Oaks City Council 2016. Retrieved 2016-10-24.