Adam Grossman

Special guest

From a syndicated radio morning show’s “man-on-the-street” to a concert promoter, marketing agent in a media-buying firm, and bartender and surfer in Australia, Adam Grossman to the shock of many, became a rabbi. Little did he know at the time, this was a catapult to nonprofit executive leadership and entrepreneurship. Guided by the motto “to help an individual become self-sufficient,” his path led to the rejuvenation of legacy nonprofits, the birth of stand-alone nonprofits, and the creation of for-profit companies. This evolution has led to an expertise in renewing archaic models, supporting organizations through change, maximizing efficiencies, developing talent for short-term and long-term growth, and prospecting and cultivating relationships for revenue, membership, and growth.

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