Lupinacci currently serves as the firm’s chairman and chief executive officer. His practice is focused on representing financial institutions in complex issues involving restructuring. Lupinacci serves on the firm’s diversity committee and previously served as co-chair of the firm’s Women’s Initiative Pathways to Leadership committee.

How often during the week do you work out? Routinely I work out four or five times a week. However, over the last 90 days, I have run at least one mile each day. At the start of the summer, I challenged everyone in our firm to shake the “summer doldrums” by focusing on discipline and execution in all areas of their lives, and I jump-started it with a 90-day CEO Challenge to run or walk at least one mile every day. We set up an online community for people to enter their progress and share pictures and stories. We had more than 240 people join the challenge, logging over 8,000 miles. All participants who logged more than 80 days straight were awarded a special “BakerNext” CEO Challenge finisher runner’s shirt, and the four offices with the most participation earned a free lunch and a showing of a running documentary about a man known as the Raven, who has run eight miles a day on South Beach every day since the 1970s.

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