Adam Weiss

Chief Executive Officer at Ramapo for Children

Adam Weiss has been Ramapo’s CEO since November 2010. Adam has been leading education and youth-service organizations for more than twenty years. He has also been a consultant, advising numerous not-for-profit organizations on strategy, governance, and program design. Adam was the founder and CEO of Oasis Children’s Services, a company that operates a network of summer enrichment programs for children throughout the New York metropolitan area, as well as the founder of the Oasis Community Corporation, a not-for-profit adjunct organization that applies the Oasis educational philosophy in numerous after-school programs. Before that, he was the Executive Director of the American Camp Association in New York, where he led the design and implementation of “Break-Aways,” a program that partnered over 100 different summer camps (including Ramapo) with more than 100 different public schools and served more than 10,000 children. Adam’s background combines educational policy, not-for-profit management, and youth programming. Early in his career he was Director of Education Initiatives at the Partnership for New York City, as well as an advisor in the Office of the Chancellor of the New York City Schools. He also designed and directed numerous summer programs, including academic enrichment programs at Amherst College and at Stanford University. Adam has a B.A. from Wesleyan University and a Master’s degree from the Yale School of Management.


  • Chief Executive Officer

    Current role


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