Adam Saville is the Deputy Director of North American Programs in Israel at the Shalom Hartman Institute. He is responsible for the smooth logistical development and implementation of all the groups that visit the Institute from North America. In addition, Adam coordinates the flagship Community Leadership Program (CLP) and supports the work of the Development team that relates to donor missions and visits.
Adam has extensive experience in the design, development, and delivery of educational and private tourism in Israel. He spent more than a decade working at the United Jewish Israel Appeal (UJIA) in London, where his final position was Director of the Israel Experience Department overseeing a team who facilitated Israel trips for thousands of teens and students each year. After making Aliyah in 2007, Adam joined The Israel Experience Ltd, a subsidiary of the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI) and continued to work in Educational Tourism for many more years. Before joining the team at Hartman, Adam spent several years working in the private sector in the field of Christian and VIP tourism.
Adam was born and raised in the UK and holds a BA in Humanities, with a specialty in Art History. He is married to Shlomit, and they live in Jerusalem with their four sons, the three oldest of whom attend the Hartman High School for Boys. The whole family are very proud and active members of the Klauzner Egalitarian Partnership Minyan.