Adam is a man of many talents. He received an AAS from the Community College of Philadelphia as a non-traditional student and received an all-state academic honor which included a scholarship to any state school in the PASSHE system. He received his BA from West Chester University in Theatre Arts with a focus on Technical Theatre/Sound. Then he went to VA and worked on an Alpaca Farm. In close proximity to Shenandoah University, he wanted to
continue his education, which led to a Master of Science in Performing Arts Leadership and Management. Upon graduation he was looking to move out west and get into showbiz, but his uncle passed away unexpectedly, and his uncle had been the caretaker for his grandmother, who was bedridden and in her 90s. Adam thus returned to Pennsylvania and was the night watchman and caretaker for a year before she passed peacefully in the fall. With theatre still in COVID shutdown, Adam found Menla during his job search. While not quite show business, he brings his unique abilities and knowledge in nonprofit management to good use facilitating fun for Menla’s staff and group retreats. Whether it is haunted toilet paper or sound check, he aims to deliver a high quality guest experience. He also has many interests like making music, skateboarding, slackline, juggling and rock climbing, to name just a few, and he plans to utilize juggling to research and one day receive his PhD in pedagogy, leadership and performance.
“Beautiful setting, Beautiful facility, and the most beautiful people.”
Honestly, two of the best massages I’ve ever had.
“Really enjoyed my time at Menla. It’s amazingly peaceful and quiet, the people are incredibly nice and approachable, the humility of the Dalai Lama permeates throughout the place. The accommodations are nice and the food is great.”