Adam Stolz ’99

Adam Stolz

Adam’s career has focused on strategy and management for public and nonprofit organizations.  He currently serves as Senior Vice President for Strategy & Administration at Maimonides Health in Brooklyn. Before joining Maimonides he spent several years in management consulting.  In addition to his work in the healthcare sector, Adam has held roles in government with a focus on public safety, including as First Deputy Director for the Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management.

Adam has volunteered with a number of nonprofit organizations including most recently serving as Board Chair for Kings County Tennis League, a nonprofit that uses tennis as an instrument for youth development in Brooklyn’s public housing communities.

Adam earned a Master of Public Administration from the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Arts with honors from The John Hopkins University. He lives in Manhattan with his wife Keren and their son Asher.

Adam serves as Chair of the board’s Audit Committee and sits on the Governance Committee.