Adam is a broadcaster, college football/NFL analyst, color commentator, sideline reporter, and media personality. He has hosted a show on Pennlive.com, broadcasted football games on national television and is hosting a talk show on CBS Sports Radio this fall.
Adam launched a podcast in August 2019 titled The Adam Breneman Show: Life in the Red Zone, which features in-depth interviews with star athletes and sports figures from across the nation. Adam and his guests dive into life, overcoming adversity, the role of sports in humanity, and current events going on in our world today.
Adam has given keynote speeches and moderated events for businesses, schools and organization. Past organizations he has given speeches to include; Mr. PA Football Awards, Pennlive.com, Penn State Alumni Association, Camp Hill High School, Western Massachusetts Football Foundation and more. He consistently speaks at events with some of the most powerful names in sports.
Breneman has been a well-regarded philanthropist since his high school days when an organization he founded, “Catch the Cure", raised over $250,000 for A.L.S. research. He now serves on the board of New York City-based Project ALS, which identifies and funds the most promising scientific research for an ALS cure, and The Peyton Walker Foundation, which is working to increase awareness and survival rates for Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
Adam will announce more plans and partnerships with charities and philanthropy in late 2019.
Businessman & Consultant
Adam is an MBA-educated young professional bringing a results-driven mindset to the world of politics, business and media. He currently works for Red Maverick Media, LLC & Maverick Strategies, LLC, based in Harrisburg, PA, as a political and marketing consultant. Breneman serves as a spokesperson and media strategist for some of PA’s leading public figures and businesses.
Breneman is a rising star in Pennsylvania, specifically in the fields of marketing, brand and messaging development, public affairs and social media management. He has a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts and a Bachelor’s Degree in business and political science from Penn State University.