Broadleaf President and CEO Lynne Marie Finn Rejoins SIA Staffing 100 in 2019

Buffalo, New York – February 15, 2019 – Broadleaf President and CEO Lynne Marie Finn has once again been recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as one of North America’s top 100 influencers in the workforce solutions industry.

SIA’s 2019 Staffing 100 honors “those that create new models of work, drive efficiencies while running companies, influence legislation and introduce technologies that change how we work.”

Lynne, who has received the same honorable distinction in 2018, 2017, and 2016, is humbled and honored to have been acknowledged again in 2019.

“I’m honored to receive this recognition from Staffing Industry Analysts, and I recognize the esteemed company I’m in,” Lynne says. “In order to achieve their staffing goals in today’s challenging employment market, companies must be more flexible and innovative. I’m fortunate to work with a talented and dedicated team to deliver creative workforce solutions to our clients, and I am grateful to SIA for being an essential resource that guides best practices in our industry.”

According to SIA, “The stars on this year’s list, sponsored by Indeed, have to contend with low unemployment, disruption from various technologies and an uncertain geopolitical environment. But what is striking is their commitment to their internal staff.  As a group, they believe that hiring the right person while providing a conducive environment is great for the bottom line. The proof is their workers’ long tenures and company impact.”

About Broadleaf Results
Broadleaf is a certified woman-owned business that delivers talent acquisition and management services to a wide range of industries across the United States. Founded in 1965, the award-winning team specializes in managed service programs (MSP), recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), independent contractor compliance (ICC), statement of work management (SOW), and vendor management systems (VMS). Learn more at

About Lynne Marie Finn
As President and CEO of Broadleaf, Lynne leads the executive team to strategize the company’s development and execution. She also serves on the finance committee for WBENC, as Vice Chair and Board Member of WPEO, and on the Upstate New York Regional Advisory Board. Lynne received her Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.