Adam Wynn is an internet safety expert, business development consultant, and Emergency Management advisor. A Georgia native, Adam uses his professional skills to advance social good in Georgia as an LGBTQ advocate, and the 2018 Democratic Nominee for House District 23.
Much of Adam’s professional career has been spent building award-winning internet safety and parental control software. From 2006 to 2012, Adam worked with InternetSafety building SafeEyes – the most decorated parental control software winning two PC Magazine Editor’s Choice Awards, a Laptop Magazine Editor’s Choice award, the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval and a #1 rating by Consumer Reports. Currently, Adam is a consumer software specialist at a leading internet safety software company where he is working on the next generation of modern accountability and internet content filtering apps.
Adam recently launched a nonprofit organization, which is creating safe spaces for at-risk members of the LGBTQ+ community with both brick-and-mortar and virtual experiences. Passionate about serving his community, Adam serves as Vice-Chair on the Board of Directors of the Cherokee Family Violence Center in Canton, Georgia.