Adam H. Palmer has been a fully-licensed investment professional for 21 years. Originally from Quebec City, Adam attended St. Petersburg High School before earning a full basketball scholarship to Newberry College. He later transferred to the New Jersey Institute of Technology, where he majored in Business Administration and Finance. Over the years, Adam has continued to expand his learning through a series of professional development programs, including “Municipal Securities Expert Training,” “Leaders Leading Change,” “Building Local Leadership”, and a “Leadership Management Development” program.
Adam strongly believes in giving back to local causes. In addition to his position as Chairman of the Board for A Kid’s Place of Tampa Bay, Adam also serves on the Trustee Board for the Straz Center for the Performing Arts. He is a strong supporter of the Tampa Bay Lightning Foundation, Jewish National Fund of Tampa Bay and Tampa General Hospital. Adam lives in South Tampa, stays active playing and coaching basketball at his local YMCA, golfing, and enjoys spending time with his family. He and his wife, Liz, have two boys, Maxwell and Samuel.