Adam was born in Saratoga Springs, New York. He graduated with honors from High School and Skidmore College in History and American Latin studies. He has worked as a Production Assistant for Lovett Productions, Development Associate for SEEDS (a National program seeking educational equity and diversity), Marketing Assistant and Artists Liaison for SPAC and as a Foreign Marketing Liaison for a one of the largest Global company, English First provider of education worldwide. His interest lies primarily in International Growth for College Education. With a command of several languages, English, Spanish and French, he has traveled extensively and is well versed in understanding International challenges.
Adam has also lived some heroic times as a bone marrow donor for his sister Suleika Jaouad, now a leukemia survivor who holds an Emmy Award as a journalist and writer. The story was filmed in New York Time movie series: “Life Interrupted.”
Adam Jaouad is known to be caring, generous and honorable. A Team player on College Rowing Crew. His participation in the movie “Going Blind” a documentary on coping successfully with vision loss, attest to his diverse skills. As a son of a Swiss-born painter Anne Francey and a Skidmore College professor Hedi Jaouad in Comparative Literature, he has experienced many cultures and aspect of life. Some of his favorites hobbies are cooking, traveling and basketball.
- “Hope Is My New Address” New York Time, May 17, 2012
- “Keeping Cancer at Bay” New York Time, May 31, 2012
- “Brotherly Love” New York Time, January 17, 2013
- “Getting Away” New York Time, May 16, 2013
- “The 100 Day Project” New York Time, October 15, 2015
- “Going Blind“Lovett Productions, Going Blind is the center of a campaign bringing the issues of sight loss and vision enhancement services to patients, the public, and medical professionals and changing the standard of care.
- “Rowers rule river” Saratogian, 7/31/2005
- “Rowing for Canadian National Titles”, Saratogian, 6/4/2006
- “Rowers win three medals” Saratogian, 6/5/2006.
- “SRA looks to medal for third time in three weeks again” Saratogian, 6/9/2006.