Communications & Government Relations Manager
ADAM JORDAHL joined the Hamilton Consulting Group in January 2021. His work includes monitoring legislation and administrative rules, researching policy issues, providing customized reports to clients, and maintaining websites and social media accounts for the firm and its clients. He represents the Badger State Sheriffs’ Association, Wisconsin Civil Justice Council, Wisconsin Defense Counsel, Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association, and Opportunity Solutions Project.
As the firm’s communications manager, Adam is responsible for writing and managing all aspects of Hamilton Political Tidbits, a free newsletter that covers political and policy developments in Wisconsin. For clients, Adam develops deeply researched, high-quality publications such as the WCJC Judicial Evaluation, policy white papers, and articles for professional and trade association journals.
Prior to joining Hamilton, Adam was the Associate Director of Government Relations for Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce (WMC), the state’s chamber of commerce and largest business trade association. Working with the lobbying team, he researched policy issues, drafted memos, comments, and communications, and supported WMC’s legal advocacy.
Adam has also worked as a staff writer for Ballotpedia, the digital encyclopedia of American politics. There, he covered administrative law and regulatory affairs and profiled political influencers and nonprofit organizations.
Adam earned a B.A. in religious studies and sociology from Rice University in Houston, Texas. He graduated cum laude with distinction in research and creative works for his senior thesis on internet memes and political messaging. His first job in politics was as a communications intern for the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
Originally from Madison, Adam enjoys cooking, golfing, playing cards, practicing bass, and performing with his band at venues around Dane County.