Adam Fauerbach works on both international and national public affairs and strategic communications and media campaigns. He has contributed to ghost-written op-eds and press releases that have been placed in various kinds of publications, including The Hill and The Newark Star-Ledger. He also managed outreach for a federal business diversification grant program. While at kglobal, Adam has been on the team for a variety of projects, ranging from social media campaigns and content creation for a major food company, to research and media coverage tracking for a Fortune 20 company, and legal issues and crisis clients.
Prior to joining kglobal, Adam was a research assistant at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and the Burns Intensive-Care Unit. While there, he contributed to pharmaceutical trials and a pain-perception study, and screened burn-injury survivors for baseline symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. Adam also contributed to the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group, where he led campaign volunteers in media, industry, and student outreach. He studied political science and psychology at the University of Massachusetts and spent a semester at the Princess Sumaya University for Technology in Amman, Jordan, where he studied Levantine Arabic and Middle Eastern culture.
One last thing… Adam has noticed a positive correlation between his coffee consumption and the quality and quantity of his work. He has a custom blend of beans through his local roaster and is always on the lookout for good Turkish coffee.
Lead + Learn from the Front: Corporate Social Responsibility in the STEM Field
April 18, 2018
April 18, 2018
| by Adam Fauerbach
For companies and PR people looking to improve their image, few options provide a better opportunity for direct engagement with a brand’s audience than corporate social-responsibility events. In the STEM field, this often involves an educational program that gets kids fired up about learning. These events let companies appeal to directly to consumers, policymakers, and […]