Adam Visca - PRoject development
Adam is thrilled to have joined The Dirt Road Project (TDRP) in 2018. Adam learned the value of service in high school after volunteering with local youth as a football coach and at Gilda’s Club’s Noogieland. He ultimately decided to pursue service through healthcare and in college began work at a local hospital as a technician, where he worked on a team to provide patient- centered care on a surgical unit. It was here that Adam was introduced to TDRP by his coworker and friend, Summer Benson.
After graduating from SUNY Geneseo in 2018 with a Bachelors degree in Biology, Adam moved back to Rochester where he accepted a position researching treatments for spinal cord injury at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Adam is a dedicated volunteer who has offered his time and talents to TDRP where he actively works on the Village of Hope (VOH) project, an intentional housing community designed for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and other underserved peoples living in Rochester, NY.
In his spare time, Adam spends time with his family and friends, reads about science and philosophy, and writes short stories.