Adam was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona and works as a financial consultant. He earned his master’s degree in Economics from George Mason University, specializing in constitutional economics and economic history.
Adam’s understanding of the legislative process and the importance of limited government comes from his time working at the Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies and on Capitol Hill. Adam founded his own economic consulting firm in 2009, advising both private companies and political clients.
Adam has served as an assistant to the CEO for the Carondelet Health Network, where he researched and reported on community leadership involvement in healthcare accessibility in Southern Arizona. Prior to that, he worked in the United Kingdom for the RAND Corporation, assisting in their research of Islamic terrorism while studying at Cambridge’s Institute for the Study of Politics and Economics.
Adam lives in Oro Valley. He is a former Sunday School teacher and he currently attends Congregation Anshei Israel. He volunteers teaching economics to high school students through Junior Achievement.