According to the Triad Business Journal, 40 Leaders Under Forty honors young leaders “who are leaving an indelible mark not just in their workplaces but across the region.”
Jodi was selected for not only her professional accomplishments and leadership, but for her civic work and community involvement as well. Jodi practices primarily in Allman Spry’s litigation group, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal court matters ranging from commercial leasing disputes and bankruptcy proceedings to commercial contract and tort litigation.
Jodi is also a guitarist and vocalist in The Unbroken Circle, a multi-generational bluegrass string band based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Another member of the band is Allman Spry partner Joe Allman, who plays upright bass. Each year, The Unbroken Circle performs at The Shalom Project Benefit Concert to help raise funds for The Shalom Project, a local nonprofit that provides food, medical assistance, and self-help support and services for those in need in the community.
The 2017 40 Leaders Under Forty honorees will be celebrated at an awards ceremony on February 16 hosted by UNC-Greensboro’s Elliott University Center. The honorees will also be featured in a special section in the February 17 edition of the Triad Business Journal.