Adam Santavicca


Adam has been a senior manager with both public and private companies for more than 30 years. His longest stay with a public company was 18 years with Anacomp, an international information technology service provider. At Anacomp, Adam held several vice president positions and touched almost every aspect of this company’s business. He was also president of Imagent, another information service provider.

In 2000, Adam left Corporate America and started his own consulting company. He provided consulting services for companies throughout the Northeastern U.S. and then contracted with two companies to provide acquisition services throughout the U.S. In 2002, he was approached by an international company to work in Canada. His task was to turnaround a troubled national Canadian company. This was successfully completed in March of 2004.

In April 2004, Adam earned executive accreditation with The Institute for Independent Business. IIB is an international non-profit focused on helping small to medium size companies. In May 2004, he started CBay Advisory Group with a focus on helping small business owners be more successful by providing hands-on business advice and support in areas where they lack business experience or expertise. His experience allows him to help business owners in most any type of business by working with the business owner through all phases of The Business Life Cycle to be more successful and profitable while focusing on creating a balance between their business and personal lives.

Adam earned a B.S. in Business Management at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh. He was awarded a Master of Information Technology, Distinguished Service award and is a Fellow in the Association for Information and Image Management International. He is a two time nominee for Small Business of the Year in the Annapolis and Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce. He serves as Board Chair for the Bowie Business Innovation Center at Bowie State University and is a past Chair of Entrepreneurs Exchange and Ambassador for the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council. Adam and his wife, Kris live in Crownsville.