Adam Dunstone brings a diverse background of experiences leading high-profile political operations all over the country. Adam has a knack for effectively building and managing teams and coalitions that are disciplined, organized and accountable.


Most recently, Adam served as Campaign Manager for U.S. Senator Mark Udall. In Colorado, Adam has also held the positions of Campaign Coordinator for U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, Campaign Manager for Chris Romer’s Denver Mayoral Campaign, Deputy Campaign Manager for Angie Paccione for Congress, and Strategic Advisor / General Consultant for many State and Local officials and issue campaigns.


Adam's work has included International Political Clients, Federal Candidates, State Legislators, County Commissioners, School Boards, District Attorneys, Corporations, and State-Wide Ballot Initiatives. Adam also served as the Iowa Field Director for Vice President Joe Biden in 2008 overseeing all aspects of the Iowa direct voter contact programs, strategic political scheduling for Vice President Biden and surrogates, design, setup and staffing of all public events including large-scale events in excess of 10,000 people.


With experience ranging from multi-million dollar U.S. Senate campaigns to local grassroots issues, Adam knows how to effectively work with coalitions and allies to amplify issues in a way that gets the media's attention, drives the conversation and get deliverable results.


Adam holds a degree in Public Administration and Public Policy with a concentration in Economics and History from Michigan State University. Adam lives in Evergreen with his wife, Jennie Peek-Dunstone and two dogs, Kona and Meka.