2020 Thirty Under 30: Adam Brown

Adam has distinguished himself as a leader through his involvement and volunteering The Ability Experience and the Army. His resume volunteering for The Ability Experience includes four Ability Experience events as an alumnus; he has participated in Journey of Hope twice – North 2017 – TransAmerica 2019, Marine Corps Marathon 2019 and the Jacksonville Gate River Run 2020. He has served in the United States Army since 2013. He was a combat medic in the emergency department of the 345th Combat Support Hospital. He was honored as the 332nd Medical Brigade’s Soldier of the Year for two years and graduated in the top 10 percent at every academy and professional development course he has attended throughout his service. He currently serves as a Drill Sergeant training the next generation of soldiers. He has earned multiple awards and decorations during his time of service including the United States Army Drill Sergeant Badge, two Army Commendation Medals, the Army Achievement Medal, two Army Reserve Component Achievement Medals, the National Defense Service Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon, and the Army Service Ribbon. He credits the Fraternity with giving him the tools he needed to support his brothers and the community around him and the lessons he learned about servant leadership strengthened his core values and morals. When he is not serving the country or volunteering with the Ability Experience, you can find him working with his local Boy Scout troop and Venture Crew. He also prides himself in being an active member of his chapters’ alumni association.