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Dave Adams // Commercial Account Executive

Dave Adams

Commercial Insurance

(907) 865-6806

Dave Adams

Senior Vice President, Account Executive


Dave is Senior Vice President and Account Executive in Parker, Smith & Feek’s Anchorage, Alaska office. He focuses on risk management driven by innovative, enterprise-level analysis, design, and implementation. He is especially known for his drive and desire to understand prospects and clients’ businesses and develop long-term relationships. He provides practical common sense solutions to complex business challenges. Dave is a frequent and valued advisor to board of directors and related committees, providing insight on risk management, strategic, and tactical planning. Dave is a visionary thinker with in-depth experience providing local, national, and global perspective, coupled with entrepreneurial drive.

Dave’s role includes developing, training, and mentoring the next generation of account executives and insurance brokerage industry leaders. Prior to Parker, Smith & Feek, Dave was a partner and senior account executive with a national broker, owned his own insurance brokerage and consulting firm, was COO of insurance brokerages in both Panama City and Boca Raton, Florida, and worked as regional vice president of two national brokers in the Midwest, both associated with substantial financial services providers.

Dave is from Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point, where he studied psychology, sociology, and business. He has held the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation for over 35 years, demonstrating his deep commitment to the insurance industry and continuing education.

Dave is actively involved in the support of non-profit organizations. He was president-elect, vice president, executive committee member, and advocacy chair for Palm Beach County Habitat for Humanity. He was also a board member of CROS Ministries, a non-profit in Lake Worth, Florida, that supports food banks, food kitchens, and feeding the hungry. He was co-founder and chairman of the Steering Committee of the Delray Chamber Men’s Group, raising funds for children’s non-profit groups.