Adrogue Selected as Honorary Chair of the Annual Strong, Smart, and Bold Celebration Luncheon benefiting Girls Inc. of Greater Houston
Sofia Adrogue, a Member at Gray Reed & McGraw, was an honorary chair of the 14th Annual Strong, Smart, and Bold Celebration Luncheon benefiting Girls Inc. of Greater Houston. The luncheon featured a keynote speech by Houston Mayor Annise Parker. The annual Strong, Smart, and Bold Celebration Luncheon is the most significant fundraiser for Girls Inc. of Greater Houston. Funds raised will allow Girls Inc. to continue providing and implementing researched-based programs that encourage girls between the ages of six and 18 to fulfill their dreams.
Sofia handles complex commercial litigation and multi-party proceedings in state and federal courts as well as in ADR proceedings throughout the United States and abroad. She represents clients in all industries, ranging from entrepreneurs in rural Texas to multinational conglomerates with diversified worldwide business holdings. She also represents parties in peer review proceedings and/or before state regulatory or licensing agencies in the healthcare arena.
Girls Inc. is a national organization and recognized leader in the design and delivery of educational programs for girls ages six to 18. The programs are designed to help girls maximize their potential for confident and responsible adulthood, economic independence and personal fulfillment and to inspire all girls to be Strong, Smart, and Bold. Locally, Girls Inc. of Greater Houston has served more than 14,000 girls. For more information about Girls Inc. of Greater Houston, please visit www.girlsinc-houston.org.
About Gray Reed & McGraw
Founded in 1985, Gray Reed & McGraw is a Texas-based, full-service law firm with more than 95 lawyers practicing in Houston, Dallas and Tyler, and offers a wide range of legal services including business litigation, corporate transactions, family law, oil & gas, tax planning and litigation, real estate, healthcare, trusts and estates, employment law, and bankruptcy.