Boyce Adams knows firsthand the impact of government’s laws, policies and regulations on small businesses in Mississippi. As a small business owner, he has worked to create more jobs and opportunities for Mississippians. Boyce is running for Congress to bring about a positive change for the future through lower taxes, fewer regulations, more economic growth, promoting traditional values and strongly supporting our military forces who keep America safe.
Boyce currently serves as President of TheBiz, a Mississippi-based software technology start-up. Since 2009, Boyce has served as Vice President for Marketing and Sales for its sister company, BankTEL Systems.
At BankTEL, he is responsible for leading the marketing and sales efforts as well as strategic partnerships. Under his leadership, BankTEL has tripled its size from serving 500 banks across country to over 1,400 in all 50 states, and 19 countries.
BankTEL was named one of only four companies in Mississippi to receive Governor Phil Bryant’s “2014 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting.” The award was given to four companies in the state for their success in maintaining or increasing export sales. Additionally, BankTEL was named to Deloitte’s “2014 Technology Fast 500” list which is a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America.
During the George W. Bush administration, Boyce served as a Special Assistant to the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration. In this capacity, Boyce provided strategic advice on public policy related to the nation’s critical aerospace system. Prior to that, he served at the White House focusing on presidential appointments within the financial and energy related portfolio, which includes the Federal Reserve, Department of Treasury, Department of Energy, Tennessee Valley Authority, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and others.
Boyce is a graduate of the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, a public school in Columbus, Mississippi, and a graduate of Vanderbilt University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree on an Ingram scholarship—an academic and community service scholarship. Boyce currently serves on the board of the Lowndes County Community Foundation (affiliate of CREATE Foundation) and The Children’s Project International. Boyce is a commercial pilot and certified flight instructor.