Adam is a lifelong Hoosier living on the East Side of Indianapolis in the St. Clair Place neighborhood. He grew up in Brownsburg and recently graduated from Wabash College. He is the Executive Director of the HATCH for Hunger program, a non-profit organization that looks to fight hunger in Central Indiana by partnering with farmers, retailers, and food banks to provide eggs to families in need. Adam has previously worked extensively in the political arena; for local and state governments, many campaigns, and in public affairs and communications positions. He currently holds a variety of roles within the ONE Campaign, the No Labels Organization, and Impact Youth Mentoring. He cares deeply about civic engagement and solution oriented approaches that look to solve our community’s most pressing problems by bringing people together. Aside from being a politico, Adam is an animal lover, sports fanatic, and game show addict.