Meet Adam

Public Service

Adam began his journey as a public servant in 2011 while working for the Treasurer's Office in Kearny County, Kansas. During his two years in that location, he was able to perform an assortment of tasks as a motor vehicle and tax clerk, preparing him for his future position as Deputy Treasurer. In 2013, he transitioned to Douglas County, where he has been able to expand his experience and grow his skills as a public servant. Adam is a precinct committeeman of precinct 12.

Adam currently serves as the Deputy Treasurer of Douglas County, a position that he was appointed to 5 years ago by Paula, Gilchrist the current Douglas County Treasurer. Adam has enjoyed serving the public in his current position, and has been committed to finding efficient and effective solutions to meet the public's needs. In doing so, he frequently collaborates with the Department of Revenue to overcome obstacles that customers experience with vehicle registration. He actively contributes to the creation of office policies that seek to improve the public experience and serve the taxpayers.

Education

Originally from southwest Kansas, Adam graduated from a small high school in 2006. He completed the Certified Public Manager Program through the University of Kansas in 2015, and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Leadership and Management from Ottawa University in 2018. In May 2020, he completed his Master of Public Administration degree from The University of Kansas.

Adam holds a Level-2 certification through the Kansas County Treasurers Association (KCTA). He is also an active member of the Kansas Government Financial Officers Association (KSGFOA).

Family

Adam and his wife Calle have lived in Douglas County for four years, and they love calling it their home. Calle works in Topeka as a nurse practitioner. The pair are enjoying being first time parents to a daughter.