Spotlight on the Board: Meet Health Commissioner Adam Crum
Adam Crum serves as commissioner for the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. He was born and raised in Alaska and has more than a decade of experience in the private sector in strategic management, organizational development, executive consulting and working on multi-billion dollar projects.
Commissioner Crum is active in community service organizations and has served as a board member for groups like the Salvation Army and MyHouse, a group that works specifically with homeless youth. Both groups work with clients dealing with mental health, substance use disorder, transitional housing and workforce development issues.
Prior to being appointed commissioner in December 2018, Crum was executive vice president of his family’s company, Northern Industrial Training. He is highly regarded in Alaska’s business community for his ability to establish and lead effective teams.