Adam is a Cincinnati transplant from Indy and his wife, Lindi, is from Dayton.  They were pleasantly surprised to find a lot of other transplants in Cincinnati when they moved here in 2013, and also by how welcoming the Cincinnati Jewish Community is.  Now the roots are down.  Adam and Lindi have a 2 year old daughter and another one on the way.  Among other things, Adam is interested in bowling, bourbon, live music, and exploring new places to eat, drink and pay around town. He is a business transactions attorney and volunteers for JFS. 

Where did you grow up?

Carmel, Indiana.

If you’re not a native, how long have you lived in Cincinnati?

Almost 6 years.

What does community mean to you?

A community is a group of people that shares common interests and values, and that looks out for one another and the collective’s interests.

It’s a hot summer day, what’s your drink of choice.

New Glarus Moon Man (Beer).

What do you do for work?

I’m a corporate attorney.  That means I help organizations and individuals create, buy and sell companies, raise capital, enter into all manners of contracts.

Last meal.

Pizza (big, foldable, N.Y. style).

Travel bucket list.

Hawaii and India.

Favorite season, and why.

Summer time.  Do I even need to explain? J

Favorite Jewish Food

Bagels and Lox

A piece of advice you would give 13 year old you?

You’ve got plenty of time to figure yourself out, and you may never totally do it because things change.

Interesting hobby that you have that most people wouldn’t know about you.

I love bowling (and I’m pretty good at it).



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