Background: Adam Peichert grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and was a “lifer” at St. Paul’s School for Boys before attending Wake Forest University as an undergrad. He went on to get an MFA in Creative Writing, both at the University of New Orleans and American University.
In 2008, Adam landed back in the Independent School world as an advisor to educators, and a consultant to the leaders at some of the best private schools across the South. Over the next dozen years, Adam worked with thousands of educators, providing support services to school leaders and leading administrative candidate recruitment and search efforts, placing almost 100 administrators–primarily in the roles of dean, division director, and assistant head of school–in southern private schools.
Adam continues to work with emerging and rising administrators, and helps to guide schools through senior administrative searches.
Adam is married to a physician at Johns Hopkins, and is the proud father of two boys who currently attend private school in Baltimore City. Adam is a volunteer leader for Thread, a Baltimore-focused organization that harnesses the power of relationships to create a new social fabric of diverse individuals deeply engaged with the young people in the city who are facing the most significant opportunity and achievement gaps.