Adam earned his undergraduate degree from Delta State University, graduating cum laude, and received recognition as a Delta State University “Delta Scholar”, made the President’s List all semesters at Delta State University and was inducted into several national honor societies, including Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu and Omicron Delta Kappa. Adam also was the recipient of Howorth Award, which is given to the graduating senior with highest cumulative academic average in social sciences.
Adam received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law. While in law school, Adam was a member of Student Division of the Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association, National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law, Christian Law Society, and the Sports Law Society.
He has practiced law and lived in Grenada since finishing law school in 2003, and focuses on civil litigation in the areas of Insurance Defense, Construction Law, Bankruptcy (Creditor's Rights), Real Estate, Eminent Domain, Corporate Law, Contracts, Family Law, Labor and Employment, Professional Responsibility, State and Local Government law, Sovereign Immunity/Tort Claims Litigation and General Civil Litigation.
In 2015, Adam was elected as the Grenada County Prosecuting Attorney.
He is married to the former Amy Catherine Minga of Grenada, Mississippi. They have four daughters, Emma, Caroline, Ava and Mary Alden.
The family is active in Emmanuel Baptist Church, where Adam is a deacon.
Adam is an avid sports fan and outdoorsman. He enjoys playing golf, coaching his daughters various sports teams, deer and turkey hunting, and attending college and professional sporting events.
Adam was born and raised in Duck Hill, Mississippi, and attended preparatory school at both the Grenada Public Schools and Kirk Academy.