Adam Fishman helps clients across a variety of industries achieve their market research and strategy consulting objectives. He has worked with both domestic and global clients, ranging from non-profits to Fortune 500 companies across the healthcare, technology, and education sectors. He has conducted numerous studies in market/competitor analysis, product/service positioning, and new product development. Adam’s particular interest is organizational development, working closely with both early-stage and well-established organizations to identify and address the factors that can best translate to sustainable growth.
Prior to joining HawkPartners full-time, Adam was an intern for the firm. During his internship, he helped conduct qualitative research with key opinion-leading nephrologists to forecast trends in the kidney transplant industry. He also helped conduct landscape studies in the healthcare insurance and diagnostics areas to help inform marketing and growth strategies. Prior to his internship, Adam spent two months in Costa Rica developing an expansion site for an international nonprofit, Lacrosse the Nations, where he continues to serve the Advisory Board providing guidance on organizational development, programming, and fundraising strategy.
Adam’s interests outside of work include lacrosse, golf, and service-learning. Adam played lacrosse in college and continues to play recreationally in Boston and in tournaments around the United States. Adam also discovered a love for golf while growing up in Phoenix, Arizona. When not on the course or field, he enjoys volunteering as a cabin counselor at Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, a summer camp for children with life-threatening illnesses.
Adam received a BA in Sociology with a focus on Spanish and a minor in International Studies from Dartmouth College.