Adam Chiara is an associate professor of communication at the University of Hartford and a multimedia storyteller. As an authority on media-related issues, he’s a skilled communicator who educates the public about evolving topics in the field of communication, especially social media.
Whether in the classroom, on camera, in front of an audience, or in his writing, Chiara draws on his vast experience working in journalism, public relations, and politics.
As an award-winning journalist, Chiara has reported for several media outlets in the Hartford area. He’s often interviewed by news outlets for expert commentary and is a former contributor to The Hill, where he wrote about social media’s impact on politics and media.
Chiara has done public relations work for Yale University’s Rudd Center (now UConn Rudd Center), Universal Health Care Foundation, and communication firms. Additionally, he has a background in politics and government from his time working at the Connecticut General Assembly.
Chiara earned a master’s degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor’s degree in communication from Central Connecticut State University.