Chief Operating Officer , Notarize
Adam Pase is the Chief Operating Officer for Notarize, the first digital remote notarization solution. He is responsible for guiding the overall strategic direction through customer experience, ensuring platform capabilities are in-line with government policy, building and hiring talent, including the hiring and training of notary agents on the platform, acting as the liaison with the Virginia government and along with the CEO driving the company’s overall growth, acquisition of customers and product roadmap.
Adam has dedicated his career as an entrepreneur and innovator applying technology to help solve “government” problems and improve efficiency. Prior to joining Notarize, Adam was the Chief Strategy Officer for Hope Street Group, a national organization that works to apply technology to ensure every American will have access to tools and options leading to economic opportunity and prosperity. While with the organization, he was responsible for key decisions affecting strategic planning, talent investment, partnerships, brand marketing, new product development, and network management.
Previously, he was the co-founder of dcIQ, an advisory firm specializing in financial and health care technology companies. He also spent more than nine years as a senior staffer on Capitol Hill shaping, negotiating, and working to enact legislation into law. One of his most impactful roles was as Executive Director and advisor to a coalition of 100 Members of Congress while playing a critical role in the passage of several major bipartisan laws (such as the Jumpstart Our Businesses Act, and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act).
Adam has been profiled by Politico magazine in its “Politico Pro” series and recognized by Roll Call as one of 9 bipartisan “Blue Chip” staffers on Capitol Hill based on a survey of influential businesses and public policy organizations. He was also a recipient of the “40 under 40” award from the New Leaders Council for exemplifying leadership in political entrepreneurship and producing change in an innovative and thoughtful manner.
Adam is completing his Masters of Science, Finance from The Johns Hopkins University and received a Bachelor of Arts, Finance and Philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis.