Adam Avin

Adam Avin on Philanthropy212

Adam Avin of Irpino, Avin & Hawkins has an unwavering commitment to serving clients with passion. With an expert legal mind at his command and always seeking to secure optimal outcomes for his clients’ cases, Adam works diligently on their behalf in pursuit of maximum compensation for them.

At TedxYouth, he presented on the importance of mindfulness in kids’ lives and founded Wuf Shanti Children’s Wellness Foundation to teach mindfulness and social emotional learning so they can live healthy and joyful lives.

Early Life and Education

Adam learned from his grandfather how to be positive and always see the silver lining, something which he continues to do through Wuf Shanti.

This organization teaches mindfulness and social emotional learning to children aged three through seventeen in order to promote health, wellness, happiness, peace and positivity in their daily lives. Their materials are available worldwide in hospitals and schools.

Avin is the founder of Kids Association for Mindfulness in Education and its international online Mindful Kids Peace Summit. Her curriculum boasts experts in diversity, inclusion, communication, anti-bullying measures, mindfulness practices and social-emotional learning.

Avin has also published books and is working to integrate curriculum into schools. He spoke at a TEDxYouth event and enjoys golf, basketball and sports video gaming – activities recognized as important contributors by his peers as outstanding leaders.

Professional Career

Adam Avin is an attorney with Irpino, Avin & Hawkins who specializes in personal injury litigation as well as civil and commercial litigation cases.

He is also an actor and writer; his screenplay for a neo-noir thriller called Losing Alice was acquired by Apple TV+, where it premiered to rave reviews.

Adam is an actor and writer as well as an advocate for mental health education for teenagers. He established Wuf Shanti Children’s Wellness Foundation to teach mindfulness and social emotional learning so children may live healthier and happier lives filled with peace, positivity and well-being.

15-year-old Christopher is certified in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for teens, Kidding Around Yoga, and the Emotion Code. Additionally, he has been featured in numerous publications such as Psychology Today, Tiger Woods Foundation Magazine, Goop Magazine, CASEL newsletter, LA Yoga Studio website.

Achievement and Honors

David served as Department Head Officer aboard USS Louisiana SSBN-743 (Gold), during which time the submarine completed one Western Pacific deployment and earned both the Omaha Trophy and Squadron Seventeen Battle Efficiency “E” awards. Furthermore, in 2014 he received the Vice Admiral Charles Lockwood Award for Professional Excellence from the Naval Submarine League.

Marni Becker-Avin is the Executive Director of Wuf Shanti’s Children Wellness Foundation, a non-profit that teaches mindfulness and social emotional learning to kids. Additionally, Marni is Adam’s mom and is very proud of his mental health education advocacy work.

Adam has not only excelled in business but has been recognized for his contribution to sports by receiving Major League Soccer Executive Awards for both new season ticket sales and group sales.

Personal Life

Adam Avin, founder of Wuf Shanti (a company which promotes health and wellbeing among children as well as peace and positivity globally) shares his story on this episode of Philanthropy212. Additionally, he discusses innovative techniques he employs to teach mindfulness skills to children worldwide through Wuf Shanti videos and characters.

Adam is both a personal injury attorney and passionate philanthropist, passionately driven to helping those in need. His practice is dedicated to making sure those wronged by injustice receive fair treatment – especially remembering his grandfather, whose teachings taught him to always look on the bright side. Its philosophy drives Adam forward through his work.

Net Worth

Adam began working in the industry at an early age and has gone on to appear in multiple TV series and movies, amassing an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million as of 2019.

While acting, he also acts as a mental health education advocate for teens. He founded Wuf Shanti – an online mindfulness resource specifically geared toward kids and teens – as well as conducted the Mindful Kids Peace Summit – an international summit held online over five days for teens worldwide. His work has been featured in such publications as Goop magazine, CASEL newsletter and Psychology Today.

He has amassed more than 5k followers on Instagram and regularly shares updates of his daily activities on his account.

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