ADAM DORFMAN

Founder

Adam founded DMC Atlanta in 2003. He is a bourbon and food snob who loves his family and live music. He is also a proud “Headblade” proponent.

Adam Dorfman was born and raised in Atlanta and comes from a long line of entrepreneurs. He watched his father and stepmother build a company (APCO) from the ground up, and his childhood was filled with stories from his grandfathers about the ups and downs of building a company.

Because of this, Adam became a professional musician and majored in English at Arizona State.

Adam toured with the likes of John Mayer, Ben Folds, Alison Krauss, and Shawn Mullins before pursuing teaching in the Washington, D.C. area.

Try as he might, he could not stay away from the world of business. He was a terrible employee, and entrepreneurship was in his blood. After a few years of teaching and restaurant work, Adam moved to Atlanta in April of 2002, took his first direct sales position in June, and, at the age of 25, opened DMC Atlanta in July of 2003 with a team of eight people.

“We built DMC Atlanta with the idea that anyone with the right work ethic, heart, and passion for success has an opportunity to own a piece of the company,” a philosophy that has helped the organization expand to nearly 60 offices with plans to expand to 70 by the end of 2019.

Adam founded DMC Atlanta in 2003. He is a bourbon and food snob who loves his family and live music. He is also a proud “Headblade” proponent.