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Adam Coyne is Mathematica’s chief administrative officer and responsible for leading and managing the company’s administrative functions, including communications, human resources, IT, legal, and strategic business development. In his role, Coyne works closely with the chief executive officer and board of directors to develop corporate strategy and ensure that the company’s administrative functions are coordinated, lean, and nimble enough to address a dynamic market for research, data, and evidence. Since joining the company in 2010, he has led a transformation of the company’s communications and marketing capabilities; developed and led a company-wide initiative to define and preserve the corporate culture; and helped refine the company structure to address growth and changing client needs.
Before joining Mathematica in 2010, Coyne was director of public affairs at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, where he was responsible for highlighting the foundation’s goals, programs, research, and other activities to the media and other external audiences; managing executive communications; and directing branding and messaging efforts. Previously, he held senior communications positions with the City of Hope National Medical Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. Coyne also worked with public relations firms such as the Rogers Group and Carl Byoir & Associates on a range of consumer accounts and social marketing campaigns and has taught a course in nonprofit public relations at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Coyne, who is accredited by the Public Relations Society of America, has received many professional honors and awards, including the Most Valuable Professional award by the Public Communicators of Los Angeles and the Best PR Program of the Year award by the Public Relations Society of America, Los Angeles Chapter.