Meet Adam

I have grown up in Southwest Ohio, and now with my wife Amanda and four children, Rachael, Alexander, Felicity, and Joseph, proudly call Lebanon our home. On City Council, I promoted pro-family and pro-business legislation, working with our local shops and chambers of commerce to keep all our downtown businesses alive through the government shutdowns. I sponsored a budget that retired over $2 million of debt and brought in numerous new businesses and large developments into our area.


After graduating from St. Xavier High School, I attended the University of Notre Dame to study mechanical engineering and political science. I graduated from Notre Dame’s Engineering Honors Program, which included a thesis on my research modeling brain material for use by the United States Army to protect our soldiers from shrapnel and concussions caused by IEDs. My engineering work included time at Procter & Gamble’s diaper division, as well as research and development as a civilian for the Navy Nuclear Propulsion Program.


​I returned to Notre Dame for my law degree and have since practiced as a small business and patent attorney, helping inventors, innovators, and entrepreneurs remove the legal red tape standing between them and realizing their business success. As a small business attorney and a small firm partner, I have seen firsthand how regulations can hinder growth and success. I also know how hard it is to support a family while being involved in the community, and I want to enable well-paying jobs here in Ohio so we can have happy families and Little League coaches.


I have been blessed with numerous opportunities to act upon my beliefs while serving my community. I have been able to help the unborn by serving as Chairman of Elizabeth’s New Life Center, a network of pro-life women’s centers throughout Southwest Ohio. Previously, I have been a member of the Lebanon Parks & Recreation Board, a junior high football coach, and a District Chair for the Boy Scouts. I have been able to testify multiple times in front of the General Assembly, including in favor of the Heartbeat Bill and the Human Life Protection Act. I have listed my current involvement below:

Vice Mayor, City of Lebanon, Ohio

Chair, Board of Directors, Elizabeth’s New Life Center

Board of Directors, Cincinnati Federalist Society

Board of Directors, 2021 Red Mass Chair, St. Thomas More Society of Cincinnati

2019 Community Service Award of the Year, Warren County (Ohio) Foundation

2018 Young Professional of the Year, Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce

Chair, Intellectual Property Section, Ohio State Bar Association

President, Dayton Intellectual Property Law Association

Board of Directors, Treasurer, Warren County Republican Central Committee

Parish Council and Secretary, St. Francis de Sales Parish, Lebanon, OH

President, Cincinnati Notre Dame Lawyers

Vice President, Notre Dame Club of Dayton

Board of Directors, Past Chair, Main Street Lebanon

Coach, Mason SAY Soccer