About Adam

Adam Fauerbach leverages data and technology to meet the objectives of high-profile public affairs and crisis clients. From advertising for legacy brands and trade associations to reputation management during airplane crashes and food recalls, Adam’s work has been seen by millions worldwide. Adam has executed brand collaborations with Disney, Lucas Arts, Pixar, and Marvel, and his work has impacted politics from the White House to Eurasia.

A master of the pen, Adam’s ghostwriting has appeared in outlets including The Hill, the Kansas City Star, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. In addition to his writing, Adam has secured client coverage in top national outlets, including CNBC, Bloomberg, USA Today, and the Chicago Tribune. Prior to his current role, he managed outreach for one of kglobal’s Department of Defense grant programs.

Before joining the firm, Adam was a research assistant at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he worked in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Science and the Burn Center. While working at Hopkins, Adam mastered analytical thought in a laboratory setting and screened burn survivors for early symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Adam holds a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts, where he studied political science and psychology, and spent five months studying Levantine Arabic and international relations at the Princess Sumaya University in Amman, Jordan.

One last thing… Adam’s outlook on crisis is summed up by jazz: Every wrong note is just a half-step from a masterpiece.

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