Adam D. Miller ’12 has been busy since graduation three years ago –first, he rode his bike across the U.S. to start a charity, which led to an idea for co-founding CNVRS, Inc., producing a people-connection app which went live in 2013; then an NPR story about homeless unemployment led to an idea for a project called STTCHD, which hires homeless center residents to produce recycled clothing . . . and, he is currently taking part in a one-year fellowship at enFocus, a nonprofit that pairs recent grads with community organizations to help improve life in South Bend, IN.
It started at Wabash (scroll down to read his bio). In Adam’s own words, since “volunteering on a service trip to the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans during spring break of my freshman year, I have been on a journey to connect, collaborate, and create with people for the common good.”
Congratulations, Adam! What’s next?
Photo courtesy of enFocus.