Adam Berry

Adam Berry Indiana Chamber Vice President, Economic Development & Technology

Adam H. Berry is a graduate of Wabash College and I.U. McKinney School of Law. He is a former employment law litigator and deputy general counsel at the Indiana Department of Insurance. He served as Regulatory Policy Director & Special Counsel in the office of Indiana Governor Mike Pence, where he managed small business and entrepreneurship policy, before founding and serving as CEO of, a one-stop political ecosystem used by candidates and voters across the country. Named in January 2019 as the Indiana Chamber’s Vice President of Economic Development & Technology, Berry works on next generation policies and legislation designed to spur innovation among Indiana’s employers.

Originally from Evansville, Berry now lives in Carmel with his wife, two young daughters, and dog (Louis). He enjoys John Grisham books, Greek’s pizza, WSJ crossword puzzles, and playing golf and lawyers-league softball.