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Baker Newman Noyes
Kaitlin DeMartin of Baker Newman Noyes Selected for the Boston Chamber of Commerce Women’s Leadership Program
BOSTON, Massachusetts and PORTLAND, Maine (Oct. 31, 2013) –Baker Newman Noyes, one of the nation’s top accounting firms, announced that Boston-based Tax Supervising Senior Kaitlin DeMartin was selected to take part in the Greater Boston Chamber’s 2013-14 Women’s Leadership Program. The Women’s Leadership Program is limited to an exclusive handpicked group of emerging female leaders from the Chamber’s member organizations. Through this esteemed year-long program, female professionals enhance their leadership skills, cultivate long-lasting professional connections, and engage in the region’s business and civic communities.
“Kaitlin’s involvement with the Women’s Leadership Program will enable her to enhance her professional career,” says Joan Smith, tax principal. “As an integral member of our Boston team, her participation will further broaden her skill set, bringing added value for our private and family-owned business clients. I am proud to support her.”
As part of her involvement in this year-long program, DeMartin will attend a one and a half day leadership seminar at Simmons School of Management as well as roundtables, workshops and events focusing on strengthening her understanding of the greater Boston business community and enhancing personal leadership and professional skills.
“It is an honor to be accepted into this program. I believe women in the business arena need mentoring and training programs to assist in empowering them and in growing their careers. Some of Boston’s most influential businesswomen are a part of this program; I’m looking forward to interacting with and learning from them,” said DeMartin. “I am eager to refine my leadership skills, while learning and applying new techniques in order to further my professional career at BNN and in the Boston market.”
About Kaitlin DeMartin
DeMartin joined Baker Newman Noyes in 2012 and now serves as supervising senior in the tax practice located in Boston. DeMartin earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration, with a concentration in accounting from Boston University.
About Baker Newman Noyes
Baker Newman Noyes is known nationally as a leader in the accounting and consulting profession, with offices in Boston, Manchester, Portland, and Portsmouth. As an independent member firm of Baker Tilly International, Baker Newman Noyes works with clients and other independent member firms around the globe.
About the Women’s Leadership Program
The Greater Boston Chamber, in collaboration with Simmons School of Management, established the Women’s Leadership Program to work with emerging female professionals to maximize their leadership roles in their business and civic communities. The year-long Women’s Leadership Program provides a select group of emerging female professionals with opportunities to enhance their leadership skills, engage in the region’s business and civic communities and develop professional networks that will serve them throughout their careers. Participants attend a one and a half day seminar at the Simmons School of Management as well as workshops, roundtables and events throughout the year. For more information, visit http://bostonchamber.com/leadership-development/womens-leadership-program/.
About the Greater Boston Chamber
The Greater Boston Chamber is a broad-based association representing more than 1,500 businesses of all sizes from virtually every industry and profession in the region. For more than 100 years, the Chamber has focused on enhancing the region’s long-term competitiveness by driving economic growth, advancing an aggressive public policy agenda and developing a new century of leadership. For more information, visit www.bostonchamber.com.