Adam Carter graduated with a degree in cultural anthropology from the University of Michigan, and he received a Masters in International Affairs from George Washington University. As a Fulbright Scholar, he worked in Spain studying the effects of African immigration in Europe.
Mr. Carter has traveled extensively throughout Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East, and he has been dedicated to micro-philanthropy for past 5 years. He spends his summers as a beer vendor for the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox, and he spends the baseball off-season on humanitarian missions. Mr. Carter has assisted children living in Rio de Janeiro’s "shanty-town" slums, assisted children in Cambodian orphanages, and worked on projects in Colombia that addressed needs of marginalized children.
Mr. Carter is 35 years old.