Oren Adam is a change maker and leader who desires to understand the overlapping nature of business and public policy. He hopes to vacillate between both sectors to ultimately create a meaningful impact on society. He has had the opportunity to pursue internship experiences with Vanderbilt University Medical School as a Supply Chain Intern and at Amazon as an Operations Leadership Intern.
As a member of the Presidential Leadership Academy, Oren has had the great privilege of crafting educational policy bridging the cultural gaps between international and domestic students on Penn State’s campus and has pursued research opportunities with the Department of Defense regarding the supply chain implications of DNA authentication processes as a checks and balances tool for 3d manufacturing between China and the United States. In the future, he would like to pursue a joint masters degree in law and business, with the desire to better understand why mergers and acquisitions have the potential to create monopolies through antitrust law. When not trying to make an impact on the community, Oren enjoys playing ice hockey and squash, and is a competitive pianist.
He is incredibly excited to be a part of the co.space community and learn more about himself and his potential during his final year at Penn State University.