Inspired by family caregiving challenges in his own life, Adam R. Goldberg, M.Ed. co-founded The Goldberg Center for Educational Planning with his mother, Leslie Goldberg. As director, Adam successfully guided thousands of students over the course of a decade.
Adam currently serves as an advisor to The Goldberg Center for Educational Planning, ensuring the organization leverages the most up-to-date business best practices, streamlined processes, and modern technology.
Before launching his education consulting career, Adam achieved an impressive track record in IT sales and marketing. Adam has been featured on NPR’s Here & Now and in the Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, New York Times, Mass High Tech, Employee Benefit News, and Boston Business Journal, in addition to showcases at the DNC, RNC, and The White House. He has served on several advisory boards and speaks regularly on the topic.
Adam earned a multitude of credentials and affiliations over his years in consulting, and he is the recipient of numerous corporate awards for his leadership in Fortune 500 companies as well as start-ups in the field of high technology.
Currently CEO & founder of Torchlight (a cloud-based, caregiver concierge platform that reduces the costs and complexities of modern caregiving for families and employers in the U.S.) Adam also serves on the Board of Advisors of Saving Teens in Crisis Collaborative (STICC), a government funded non-profit organization committed to extending therapeutic program access to those in financial need.
Adam earned a B.S. with honors from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, and an M.Ed. with distinction in Special Education and Assessment from Framingham State University.
The extremely proud parents of two children, Adam and his wife enjoy an active lifestyle with their family dog.