Adam Estle brings a wealth of experience in the immigration world to his role as vice president of field and constituencies for the National Immigration Forum. Adam coordinates efforts for the Forum’s Bibles, Badges and Business for Immigration Reform network and serves as the liaison between field mobilizers, various constituency groups and Forum staff.
Before joining the Forum in 2015, Adam served as the executive director for Evangelicals for Middle East Understanding, directed a federally funded program providing housing and care for unaccompanied immigrant children and taught high school Spanish. He also served as a Bibles, Badges and Business mobilizer for the Mountain West. Adam has been an accredited representative of the Board of Immigration Appeals through the Department of Justice. In 2015, the Islamic Speakers Bureau of Arizona honored him with their Hero Award for his multifaith peacemaking efforts in Phoenix.
Originally from Peoria, Arizona, where he currently resides, Adam graduated from Olivet Nazarene University and earned his master’s in Global Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary.