Adam helps advocates, executives, and other leaders turn complex issues into lucid and inspiring stories that move audiences, policymakers, and markets.
At the Human Rights Campaign, Adam crafted hundreds of speeches, op-eds, and other leadership communications during a decisive period for the LGBT movement. As the fight for marriage equality reached the U.S. Supreme Court, he served as an organizational spokesperson on issues ranging from landmark rulings to discriminatory state legislation.
A Connecticut native, Adam got his start in the office of Democratic strategist Donna Brazile. He has prepared materials for CEOs, actors, athletes, and activists — discovering in the process that a compact inkjet printer can fit in the average carry-on bag. (How else are you supposed to run off a new speech draft from the middle seat?)
A graduate of Georgetown University, Adam lives in Brooklyn, NY.