About Adam

Adam D’Anella is an attorney with nearly 20 years of diverse legal experience, who has been actively practicing law in the Atlanta metropolitan area since 2005. Adam currently serves as General Counsel at BioGenesis Industries, where he is tasked with providing the company’s executive team with direction across a broad span of substantive legal areas, including all aspects of corporate governance, the management of all commercial and strategic transactions, risk management, litigation, and government affairs.

Adam received his Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson, MS in 2005. Prior to law school, Adam graduated with honors from North Springs High School in Sandy Springs, GA. He earned a baseball scholarship to Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL, where he graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration in 2002.

Adam D’Anella

Preserving Milton’s Charm

Adam and his family moved to Milton because of its charm and the unique quality of life Milton offers. As a Council member, you can trust Adam to preserve Milton’s distinct local character by ensuring growth and development that fits Milton and which the residents can support. By upholding the citizen-drafted land use plan, Adam’s focus is to conserve the natural landscape and historic heritage of the Milton community.

Strengthening Public Safety

As crime has increased throughout the region, Adam believes it’s even more important for our city to maintain a fully-funded Public Safety Department. Adam will work to ensure Milton’s public safety officials receive all of the support and tools they need to continue performing exceptionally and protecting the lives and property of Milton residents.

Expanding Recreational Opportunities

Adam believes we should expand Milton’s parks and recreational programs. He was a supporter of the original 2016 parks bond and will look to achieve his long-term goal of making Milton’s Parks and Recreation Department fully self-sufficient. Increasing the availability of Milton’s parks and recreation facilities leads to community connections for residents of all ages.

Meet the D’Anella family

Adam lives with his wife, Anne, and their five children in the Braeburn community of Crabapple, where he serves on the board of the homeowners’ association. He and his family attend St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Adam spends most of his weekends watching and coaching his children, who cheer and play soccer, baseball, basketball, football, and softball. When not at a youth sports event, you may find Adam playing a game of cornhole, cruising around town in his golf cart, or simply enjoying his front porch swing.