Adam is an award-winning, multidisciplinary designer with degrees in architecture, fine arts and anthropology. As part of various organizations of all scales and ventures of various impacts spanning entrepreneurship, design, strategy, accounting/finance and science.
Moussa has extensive experience with media and sports promotion, having served as student assistant sports information director in Memphis as well as being involved with college football, men’s basketball and women’s golf teams.
Early Life and Education
Adam Moussa hails from a family of professional basketball players – his father Hesham Moussa was active professionally in Egypt while Reem played college ball at Rice.
Coppell first became passionate about basketball at age five. Now he practices four to six hours each day outside of team practice with Coppell.
Kareem Moussa, his older brother and also an alumni of Creating Young Minds Academy, currently attends Delaware State and plays basketball there.
Adam was drawn to journalism and electronic media during high school. He served as student assistant sports information director at Memphis and gained valuable experience. Most recently, Adam accepted an offer with ESPN as a digital media associate.
Adam Moussa made his mark as a Coppell high schooler with a 29-6 record and district title win, averaging 11.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 4.9 assists per game as a senior.
Moussa has not only excelled at basketball but is renowned as an academic student-athlete as well. He holds membership to the renowned National Honors Society, serves as co-president for his fraternity and was honored with the Regents of the University Award recognizing outstanding classroom achievement.
Adam may still be starting his professional career, but has already experienced some memorable moments such as being named to Michigan All-Big Ten team and attending NBA Draft combine in Chicago. Next season in Ann Arbor is sure to see more memorable performances by this budding basketball talent!
Achievement and Honors
Adam Moussa is an impressive student athlete. As part of the UCLA Bruin hockey team, he earned all-conference second team recognition while also garnering honorable mention status on basketball courts. He is also a dues-paying member of Golden Key International Honor Society, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America), where he served as both intramural spokesman and sports info director. Academically, Adam earned a variety of high honors including earning his BS degree in Communication and Media Studies with an emphasis on Journalism and Electronic Media from Memphis College of Technology Honors Society as well as being elected student government president for his campus. Adam is known to exhibit dramatic flair while possessing an unrefined sense of style that distinguishes his unique character.
Adam from Flip or Flop is the proud parent of two children with wife Leighton Young; they married in an intimate ceremony held secretly back in 2014.
Moussa was also honored as part of the University of Memphis Centennial class and awarded magna cum laude status from their College of Education. On top of studying, Moussa also served as student assistant sports information director for both of Memphis Tigers teams – football and men’s basketball!
El Moussa remains committed to his children despite his recent divorce from Christina Haack and is doing everything possible to be an excellent father. That dedication appears to have paid off: El Moussa has recently been featured on an HGTV show called The Flipping El Moussas and should appear again this season.
Adam Moussa (born 21 August 1981 in Long Beach, California, United States of America ) is an American musician and songwriter best known as lead vocalist and main songwriter for Maroon 5 band.
At Orange County, California’s Christina Haack’s El Moussa Group real estate investing company they purchased their first investment house for $115,000 and later sold it with a profit of $34,000.
They decided to expand their business into Arizona and Nevada, where there had been high foreclosure rates during the housing crisis.
They shared two children – Taylor and Brayden James. Although the couple eventually divorced in 2016, they remain close.