Adele makes Top 100 list

Hunger Free New Jersey Director Adele LaTourette is among the 100 most powerful women in New Jersey, according to Sen. Loretta Weinberg’s annual list.

The list includes politicians, business leaders, journalists and others working each day to make New Jersey a better place to live.

This is the second year that Adele LaTourette has made this influential list. She has worked for more than 30 years to reduce hunger in New Jersey. Adele has spearheaded many of the most important anti-hunger initiatives. And she works to bring together diverse partners to address hunger.

Congrats to Adele for a well-earned recognition!

View the list.

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