Welcome Aboard Adam Minth, Director of Business Services
Adam Minth currently serves as the Hanover Community School Corporation Director of Business Services. Mr. Minth graduated from Saint Joseph’s College in Rensselaer with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a minor in Human Resources. He brings more than a decade of leadership, operational skills and experience in the banking industry to the position of Business Director.
As a Branch Manager at JP Morgan Chase, Mr. Minth earned recognition as one of the top 10% achievers nationwide. Additional experience garnered as an Area Cluster Manager at BMO Harris Bank has provided him with a wealth of knowledge not only in finance, but working collaboratively with others as well.
Mr. Minth is a native of Lafayette, who moved with his wife, Katie and two young children to Cedar Lake approximately 4 years ago. Katie Minth and her three sisters are all native and current residents of Cedar Lake and Hanover alumni.
“My finance background is important, but more importantly my eight nieces and nephews currently attend Hanover schools and my two daughters, Ava (4) and Khloe (2) will ultimately attend Jane Ball Elementary. This is a very close knit community and the kind of atmosphere we want to raise our girls in.”
While the transition from private business to public finance is a steep learning curve, Mr. Minth, is pleased that the staff, team and Superintendent, Tom Taylor have made a commitment to making the transition seamless. “At this point, they’ve done that and then some,” he said. The biggest challenge ahead for him is getting up to speed during the annual budget preparation period. “Then again,” he said with a smile; “Everyone has been on board with making that happen as quickly as possible.”
Mr. Minth’s message to the community is simply that Hanover schools truly do put children first. “As the uncle of current students and the parent of future students, that is what matters. I’m glad that putting children first is at the forefront of the entire team’s efforts.”