About AFP

About Adam Stryker

Adam Stryker is the Chief Technology Officer and the former Nevada State Director with Americans for Prosperity. After launching the Nevada chapter of AFP and leading 45,000 activists across the state, Stryker was appointed to AFP’s National Advisory Council, which leads the way in revamping technology and data components across the country. He was promoted to a newly created role within the organization in 2013 and now serves as the Chief Technology Officer.

Prior to joining AFP, Stryker worked for the Las Vegas Sands Corp. in the Government Relations and Community Development department. Additionally during his time with LVS, Stryker assisted in developing the Responsible Gaming program, a first of its kind in the industry, partnering with Harvard University’s medical addictions program. He also assisted in researching and marketing additional gaming jurisdictions in Spain, Asia and Australia.

Stryker left the Las Vegas Sands Corporation in 2009 to join j3 Strategies as a partner working on state and local campaigns including: U.S. Senate, Nevada State Senate, and a variety of other local races. Additionally, he managed government affairs clients ranging from large gaming corporations to arena and commercial development projects.

In 2010 Stryker and his wife founded Kiddos NV Inc., a charitable hospital that provides orthopedic and prosthetic services to under privileged youth; Stryker currently serves as the President of the foundation. During the 2012 election cycle AFP Nevada was awarded 7 Pollie Awards, a recognition voted on by the American Academy of Political Consultants.

In 2003 Stryker earned a bachelor’s degree in International Business and Policy from Creighton University. He also studied abroad at the Instituto di Venezia in Venice Italy, where he interned with the Bennetton Group in Trevino, Italy.

Adam lives in Las Vegas with his wife Brittany, their one year old son Parks, and their two dogs.