Adam Fliss currently serves as the deputy general counsel of TPG, a global private investment firm. Adam focuses on TPG’s core private equity and real estate businesses in North America, South America, Europe and the Middle East, where he leads the structuring, negotiation and execution of complex acquisitions, dispositions and other corporate transactions and related matters. Prior to joining TPG, Adam was an associate in both the Boston and San Francisco offices of Ropes & Gray LLP where he focused his practice on mergers and acquisitions and advised on a variety of matters, including corporate governance, executive compensation and partnership formation and maintained an active pro bono practice. Adam graduated summa cum laude from Suffolk University Law School and received his bachelors degree in political economy from Tulane University.
Adam currently resides in San Rafael, California with his wife Beth, son Jack (3) and daughter Annabel (3). Adam enjoys spending time outdoors with his family and also fishing, golf, hiking and cooking.
In addition to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Adam also serve on the board of The Cookbook Project, a 501(c)3 charity driving healthier lifestyles by empowering youth to be leaders in their communities.