Adam Krupp

Adam Krupp

Senior Director, Indiana Government Services

Adam Krupp began his career teaching high school English and Theater in Indiana before pivoting entirely to represent major sports organizations and television networks in trademark, copyright, and contract enforcement actions as an attorney in New York. He returned to Indiana to work in a variety of government capacities.

While appointed Commissioner for Indiana’s Department of Revenue, Adam successfully transformed DOR’s workplace culture into the first government agency to be named one of the Indianapolis Star’s Top Workplaces in Indiana for both 2019 and 2020. 

As Resultant’s senior director of Indiana government services, Adam does whatever it takes to deliver value and success. He possesses a masterful understanding of each client’s business, technologies, and key resources and ensures effective collaboration across all teams and state agencies to achieve their goals. He ensures his team has the resources and expertise to successfully execute complex projects with his firsthand knowledge of government ecosystems.

I am constantly amazed at the talent, subject matter expertise, and passionate commitment to solving our clients’ most difficult challenges from the team at Resultant. As a former government official, it is incredibly satisfying to see such laser-focused effort to improve governments at all levels across the country through empathetic partnerships and fearless problem-solving.

Quick Facts

  • Purdue University, Bachelor of Arts, Speech Communications, Theater Education, English 
  • Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Juris Doctorate
  • Licensed to practice law in Georgia, Indiana, New York, and Texas
  • 2019 Tobias leadership fellow 
  • Project 44 board member 
  • Boys and Girls Club of Boone County board president
  • Make-A-Wish of Indiana volunteer wish granter
  • 2020 Sagamore of the Wabash, awarded by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb 
  • 2018 Indianapolis Business Journal 40 under 40 
  • 2016 Sagamore of the Wabash, awarded by Indiana Governor Mike Pence 
  • Purdue University, Phi Beta Kappa 

Favorite Resultant Value

  • Purposeful Empathy