AUGUST 10, 2018, Boston Globe’s Work Spaces | Image by Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
Catherine D’Amato, chief executive of the Greater Boston Food Bank, is intimately familiar with the space in which she works. In addition to raising $35 million to build the 117,000-square-foot structure between I-93 and Newmarket Square, she helped design it.
Food has always been a big part of D’Amato’s life. She grew up in Northern California, where her parents owned an Italian restaurant, and her grandparents were farmers in Colorado. After heading up food banks in Western Massachusetts and San Francisco, she took the helm of the Boston operation in 1995, where she oversees 110 employees and … Read complete article at The Boston Globe >