Meet Adam…again – Winebrenner’s Coordinator of New Student Engagement

You previously met Adam in August, as our new Coordinator of Development. He is currently moving into a new role as the Coordinator of New Student Engagement. In addition to his work at Winebrenner, Adam brings with him a diverse background in non-profit, ministry, education, and mental health experience. He is from Findlay and attended Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee; it is there that he met his wife, Crystal. In October, they will be celebrating 15 years of marriage. The two of them stay busy chasing around their four children.  

Adam served as the Youth and Worship Arts Pastor for the Upper Room Church of God in Findlay for 8 Years.  In 2017, Adam and Crystal packed the family up and moved to Reamstown, Pennsylvania. There he served as the Youth and Children’s Pastor at the Reamstown Church of God. Then, in 2019, they felt a desire to come back to the Findlay area and be closer to family. After returning home, Adam took a step of faith and went into education by working as a paraprofessional in a special needs classroom for two years.   

Prior to joining Winebrenner last fall, Adam served as a Prevention Educator with the Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio. In this role, Adam was able to work in five schools and teach around 860 students.  Outside of work he enjoys being involved in the community. He is active with the school’s PTO and enjoys being a part of productions at the Fort Findlay Playhouse. 

Adam believes in the mission and vision here at Winebrenner and is looking forward to working with and building relationships with all of our prospective students and collaborative partners.