Adam Gonnerman is a seasoned professional with over 13 years of experience in technology project and program management. He holds a Bachelor of Ministry (BMin) degree from Harding University and a Master of Arts (MA) in Management: Project Management from Avila University. Currently pursuing a Master of Science (MS) degree in Innovation and Strategic Management at Salve Regina University, Adam is dedicated to continuous learning and professional growth. He is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), demonstrating his commitment to excellence in project management. 

As an accomplished Program Manager with a proven track record of successful projects spanning diverse domains such as Smart TV applications, custom web applications, IT infrastructure, digital publishing, streaming content delivery, and broadcast technology, Adam brings a wealth of experience to every endeavor.

His expertise extends beyond traditional project management; he is also a skilled Agilist, having led nearly 20 teams through successful Agile transformations. Drawing from best practices, company policies, project intricacies, and the unique needs of his team, Adam customizes his approach to each project.

Outside of his professional life, Adam has taken a hands-on approach to making a difference in his community. He founded and serves as the President of Uberlândia Development Initiatives, a non-profit organization dedicated to poverty relief in underserved areas. Through this initiative, he collaborates with local stakeholders to enhance community center security and support various community projects. Additionally, Adam recently completed a three year term as a Trustee at Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Summit, NJ

Thriving in the field of technology project and program management, Adam's aspiration is to transition his career to center around sustainability. He envisions a future where responsible corporate citizenship and sustainability play a pivotal role in addressing global challenges and contributing to a better world.

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