Adam Scheinberg joined Massey Services in 2003 as a systems manager and was quickly promoted to Director of Information Technology and then Senior Director of IT in 2008. In 2016, Adam was promoted to his current role of Vice President of Information Technology. In this role, Adam is responsible for Massey Services’ technology strategy, and he oversees all technology-related personnel, including the IT support team, database administrators, the systems administration and network engineering teams, and all systems and application development.
During his tenure, Adam has been responsible for implementing numerous technological advancements at Massey Services, including a disaster recovery strategy, the migration to Office 365, a redundant virtualized environment, and an intranet portal. He also developed a companywide Customer Relationship Management system (CRM) used by hundreds of concurrent users which has transformed the company’s sales management.
Prior to joining Massey Services, Adam was Network Engineering Team Leader working under contract for the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA). While working with NAVSEA, he assisted with the transition to the Navy/Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) and spearheaded the conversion from NetWare 5.1 to the government-required Windows 2000 platform.
A graduate of James Madison University, Adam is a Microsoft Certified Professional as well as a certified Project Management Professional. He has been recognized as Massey’s Corporate Team Member of the Year and as one of the Orlando Business Journal’s Forty Under 40.
Adam is active in the Central Florida community and currently serves as the Vice President and Director of Technology for The Mockingbird Foundation, a non-profit that supports music and arts education for children, he serves on the Board of Directors for the Orlando Repertory Theater, and he sits on the board of the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. He previously served on the Board of Directors for the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando.