Adam Goodman, president of Goodmans Interior Structures, is the third generation to lead the family business. Following the tradition of innovation established by his father and grandfather, Adam has used his leadership roles to help Goodmans adapt to changing markets and anticipate opportunities for growth. Goodmans challenges customers to understand the purpose of office space and to rethink traditional office-planning paradigms.
Under Adam’s leadership, Goodmans has developed many innovative programs to give back to the community, including the Aeron Hockey Tournament, Goodmans Eye for the Good Guy, AIM to Make a Difference, Rooted in Good, GoodART, GoodTHREADS and more. In 2009, Goodmans won the first-ever ACE Award for Community Impact and in 2011 became the third certified B Corporation in Arizona. In 2012, Goodmans won the overall Impact Business of the Year Award from the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. In 2013, Goodmans was the Better Business Bureau’s Ethics Award winner.
Adam has held leadership positions with the Jewish Community Center of Greater Phoenix, Young Presidents’ Organization, Phoenix Country Day School, the W.P. Carey School of Business Economic Club of Phoenix, CEOs Against Cancer, University of Arizona Cancer Center, the Jewish Community Association and the Herman Miller Certified Dealer Network.
Adam and the Goodmans family have been generous supporters of the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) from its earliest days. Adam is leading in-kind donation efforts for First Place® AZ and serves as a member of its capital campaign cabinet.