Adam Baker is a hardworking undergraduate student reading History, Politics and International Relations at Royal Holloway University of London. Before university, he attended Havering Sixth Form and Hall Mead. He has lived in Upminster all his life and has grew up seeing the changes to the local community. He brings a new wave of enthusiasm to represent the interests of Upminster and tackle the issues at hand -seeking to support the high street, save green spaces, and improve road maintenance. In 2019, he was awarded a Jack Petchy award for his services to the community. Also, he was a Police Cadet in the local area before becoming a Reading Buddy at Upminster Library.
Since 2022, Adam led the successful campaign to save Upminster Park Toilets. Adam has also been responsible for reporting over 40 potholes in Upminster. Spearheading the Gaynes School Street Scheme Campaign, Adam led the fight with residents to stop the scheme. Finally, Adam has backed broader Conservative campaigns to keep weekly refuse collections, oppose Upminster Quarry and keep parking charges low.