In 2011, Adam Josefczyk graduated from the University of Dayton with a B.A. in History and Political Science. He received honors as the top student in each department and graduated Summa Cum Laude.
After graduating from UD, Adam married his college sweetheart, Jessica, and served with The Navigators in Christian ministry to college students in Dayton, Ohio. He later taught Public Speaking and Current Social Problems at Dayton Christian High School.
Adam and Jessica reside in south Dayton and are members of Apex Community Church. Adam is an avid golfer and a die-hard fan of the Cincinnati Bengals, Dayton Flyers, and National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes. Adam also serves as the Head Coach of the Dayton Christian High School Varsity Golf Team.
Adam’s involvement in Ohio politics began in January 2012 when he co-managed a friend’s state senate primary campaign. Shortly after, he joined Citizens for Community Values Action to lead grassroots efforts for the 2012 general election. As Dayton Area Field Director for CCV Action, Adam recruited volunteers, spoke at events, and managed phone banks in Greater Dayton and Cedarville that made a nation-leading 500,000 calls.
Adam rejoined the public policy world full-time in 2013 as Vice President of Operations for Citizens for Community Values (CCV), where he managed Communications, Social Media, and Editing and worked on expanding CCV’s Grassroots Network.
Adam left CCV in November 2014 to launch Forge Leadership Network, where he serves as Executive Director. Adam is passionate about investing his future in the future of students who will become the next innovators in the marketplace, champions of free enterprise, inspiring educators, shapers of culture, and statesmen and stateswomen in government.
Adam co-founded Ohio Conservative Review with Justin Powell and Michael Hamilton.