American Hero Joins Rep. Norcross’ Staff/press release
Cherry Hill, New Jersey-Rep Donald Norcross (NJ-01) today welcomed a U.S. military veteran to his District Office staff.
Adam Klein, a Clementon native, reports for duty today. Adam comes to the office from theWounded Warrior Project, a veterans fellowship program which helps injured service members aid one another.
Naturally, in his role at Rep. Norcross’ District Office in Cherry Hill, Adam will perform constituent casework specializing in veterans affairs. Adam will also engage with South Jersey veterans at local, county and state events to learn about issues important to them.
“It’s an honor to have an American hero like Adam on our team. He has shown a passion and determination for getting results. I know Adam will form a special bond with every veteran he meets in his duties representing my office and New Jersey’s First Congressional District,” said Rep. Norcross.
“If my story can help others with a disability, then I can say I’ve done something. Where there’s a will, there’s a way—that’s my philosophy,” said Klein.
Adam Klein served in the U.S. Airforce as an Airman First Class from 2005-2006 at Peterson Air Force in Colorado. He brings a vast history of experience to his new assignment, having worked with veterans living with physical and mental illnesses, as well as substance abuse dependence.
Adam graduated with honors from Rutgers University in Camden with a Master's Degree in Social Work. Adam also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Services, and an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Gloucester County College (now known as Rowan College at Gloucester County.) Adam is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
(Attached photo: Rep. Donald Norcross and Adam Klein outside Norcross’s Washington, DC office. Permission to all news media to use photo with or without credit on all platforms. If credit is used, please use courtesy: Office of Rep. Donald Norcross.)