Adam began his employment with ARC as a team member of the Hope and Redemption Team, life coaching and facilitating rehabilitative programs in correctional facilities. Adam has now transitioned into his new role as ARC's Inside Coordinator, where he coordinates institutional visits and workshops, in addition to overseeing the intake of all correspondence from ARC's incarcerated brothers and sisters. Adam also advocates for criminal justice reform and more equitable laws in California through his efforts in ARC's Policy Advocacy.
Prior to ARC, Adam previously was a co-owner of a general contracting company that specialized in tenant improvement throughout California, where he was the CFO/Administration Officer. He also volunteered for a non profit NGO as a facilitator for career readiness and life skills classes to young adults aging out of the foster care system. He also coordinated community outreach/engagement.
Adam has been a mentor to at risk youth, young adults aging out of the foster care system, and men transitioning back into society. Having overcome his own troubled youth and incarceration as teenager, Adam has been able to use his life experiences to help mentor others and be a positive support for those in the process of change. He continues to mentor others in his free time.