“As a former broadcast journalist, Adam understands the process. Instead of blitzing stations with a pre-programmed pitch, he helps us find the experts and information we need to serve our viewers.”
Fred D’Ambrosi, News Director, WUSA 9 (CBS), Washington, D.C.

“Adam is one of the best PR persons I’ve ever worked with. He’s incredibly smart and always sees the big picture, plus he’s got fantastic hands-on skills, such as writing and working with journalists. He’s always passionate about his work and puts his client first. I also know him in his former life as a reporter and he was outstanding at chasing down stories. And probably most importantly, if you think you need x, he’s not afraid to tell you that y is probably better and here’s how he can help you achieve it.”
Karen Frankola, Internal Communications and Creative Services Director, Deloitte

“Through nearly a decade of communications work on behalf of the National Library of Medicine, Adam has gained a strong understanding of our mission, initiatives and role within the National Institutes of Health and U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. ASPR’s commitment to advancing our agenda has helped us connect to both the media and the public in an extremely effective manner.”
Kathleen Cravedi, Director, Office of Communications and Public Liaison, National Library of Medicine

“I have spent my career interacting with, supporting, and learning from high achievers. ASPR understands that achievement takes hard work and dedication, which is why they consistently impress with their ability to deliver strategic PR counsel and tactical success at the highest level.”
Steve Loflin, Founder and CEO, The National Society of Collegiate Scholars

“Adam is one of the most creative professionals I know. Often when facing a problem I have called on Adam because I know he will propose a unique, out-of-the box solution. At the same time he adheres to the strictest standards of accuracy and thoroughness.”
Stephanie Morris, Deputy Executive Director, National Association for the Education of Young Children