Sherin and Lodgen hosts celebrated restaurateur Jody Adams and The Greater Boston Food Bank for an evening of networking and giving
On January 11th, Sherin and Lodgen’s Women’s Initiative hosted award-winning chef Jody Adams and more than 70 women business executives and community leaders for an evening of networking and giving in support of The Greater Boston Food Bank.
Debra Squires-Lee, a partner in Sherin and Lodgen’s Litigation Department and chair of the firm’s Women’s Initiative, welcomed a packed house of guests who came to hear Jody Adams speak about her journey as a woman restaurant entrepreneur and her longtime support of The Greater Boston Food Bank. Guests enjoyed creative cuisine from Jody Adams’ Atlantic Avenue restaurant TRADE.
A James Beard award-winner, the chef/co-owner of the newly opened Porto and the chef/co-owner of TRADE, Jody Adams has been praised for her creativity, support of local farmers, continuous charitable work, and business acumen by local and national publications from The Boston Globe and Boston Business Journal to Gourmet, Food & Wine and The New York Times.
Debra Squires-Lee (far left) and Carla Moynihan (far right), partners at the firm, pictured with chef Jody Adams (center left) and Melanie Gordon (center right) of the Greater Boston Food Bank.