As Managing Director of Programs, Adam brings innovation and vision to Bridgeway Capital’s small business support programs. His previous position was as the Executive Director of Touchstone Center for Crafts where he managed a wide range of activities including marketing, development, and program design. Adam also served as the Manager of Operations for the Arts Education Collaborative, an arts education advocacy organization under the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. In addition, he possesses 25 years of experience as a professional glassmaker in production and academic settings. Before transitioning into his current role, Adam built the Creative Business Accelerator, Monmade, PG&H, ACRE, and ORIGINS programs at Bridgeway which support over 2500 creative business across the region, and channel the CDFIs economic development capabilities into the regional creative economy. Adam earned a BA in History from Centre College, and graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Master of Art Management (MAM) degree.