About Adam E. B. Brecht
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Adam Brecht is a digital media executive in New York City. He is a descendant of Edwin Howard Armstrong, the inventor of FM radio.

For more than a decade, Adam was a fixture on the polo circuit in the U.S., England and Argentina. His name is engraved on a brick in the Walk of Fame at the National Museum of Polo in Lake Worth, Florida.

Adam served two terms as an elected Governor of the EMMY Awards (SE).

Adam began his career as a staff aide in the United States Senate. In business, he has served in executive roles in financial and professional services, luxury goods, advertising and media.

Adam was raised in Philadelphia and New York. He was baptized in Washington, D.C., at St. John's Episcopal Church on Lafayette Square, across from The White House.

Contact: info@brecht.com