Adam, a New Hampshire state representative who is currently running for re-election, has received much recognition for his legislative efforts regarding small businesses and environmental concerns. Adam is a current member of the N.H. House of Representatives committee on Resources, Recreation, & Development.
His public service efforts were the subject of a recent interview conducted by Seacoastonline.com. Read the full article here.
As a small business owner, I have first-hand knowledge of state agency inefficiencies. With an innovative and open approach in Concord I have begun to improve conditions for our mom-and-pop or Main Street businesses.
He’s involved with a number of boards and commissions including the New Hampshire House Business Coalition (founding member), New Hampshire State Film Commission (Advisory Board), Piscataqua Region Estuary Partnership (advisor to the Public Policy Committee), and the New Hampshire Publication Advisory Board.
In addition to his political career, Adam is an entrepreneur. He attended the University of Utah where he earned degrees in marketing and management. In 2003, he earned an MBA from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management.