Partner

Adam Goldman offers more than 25 years of experience in the development and implementation of legislative, communications, political and reputation enhancement and management strategies.

Prior to Ironclad Partners, he was president and founder of Windmill Consulting and lobbied for clients such as Google, Uber, DJI Technology, Wal-Mart and Darden Restaurants. Before Windmill, he was a principal of Capitol Partners Consulting, where he worked for Google, Uber, Tesla, Wal-Mart, Darden Restaurants and Murphy Oil Corporation.

Adam also served as president of the The Goldman Group where he led communications efforts, managed crises and assisted with the reputation of an international sporting event. In addition, he created the strategy for, and led the execution of, the communications and grassroots plans for the world’s first theme park designed for people with special needs and disabilities.

Before founding The Goldman Group, Adam spent five-and-a-half years at Public Strategies, Inc. working with a broad range of clients, including one of the world’s largest communications and entertainment providers, a Fortune 5 computer manufacturer, a Fortune 5 retailer and an association representing more than a dozen electric utility companies.

Adam spent 10 years working for President George W. Bush, culminating in a White House position as special assistant to the president and deputy director of the Office of Public Liaison. He served as the liaison between the Bush Administration and the business and Jewish communities, helping communicate key issues among all groups. He also worked with coalitions and congressional staff to pass key federal legislation, including Trade Promotion Authority and the Jobs and Growth Act of 2003.

Adam graduated from St. Mary’s School of Law in 1998 and The University of Texas at Austin in 1994. He is involved in the community, lending his time and talent to numerous organizations; he is a founding member of the Dell Children’s Trust, has been a board member on the Jewish Community Center Austin and is involved with Dell Children’s Council.