Adam F. C. Fletcher

The Freechild Project founder Adam Fletcher in Marin County, California in 2016.

Adam F. C. Fletcher co-founded The Freechild Project with a group of youth advocates from around the world in September 2001. The mission then, as now, is to advocate, inform, and celebrate social change led by and with young people around the world, especially those who have been historically denied the right to participate. Adam has continued to lead Freechild since then, fostering the visionary goal of re-envisioning the roles of young people throughout society.

Today, Adam is an internationally recognized expert in youth engagement. As a consultant, public speaker, and writer, he works with nonprofits, government agencies and K-12 schools to support youth, teachers, youth workers, social workers, leaders and others as they work together to change the world. Among the organizations who have recently worked with him are the King County Superior Courts (Seattle), Seattle Seahawks, the Alberta Ministry of Education, the American Institutes of Research, the Human Service Coalition of Miami/Dade County, and the Vermont Principal’s Association.

As a contractor for local, state, and national organizations, Adam has helped create more than 100 projects focused on engaging young people. He has also published more than 50 of his own books, developed three internationally respected websites, and spoke at more than 500 conferences worldwide.

Learn about Adam’s work, book him for speeches, or find out what he can do for you by calling him at (360) 489-9680. You can learn more about him at www.adamfletcher.net.

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