Buffalo, New York – November 26, 2018 – For the fourth year, Broadleaf President and CEO Lynne Marie Finn has made Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2018 Global Power 150 – Women in Staffing list. The Global Power 150 list recognizes women leaders who have influenced and contributed to driving the staffing industry forward. The final selection is based on the influence and achievements of those nominated.
Broadleaf is a WBENC-certified women owned business recognized throughout North America for its value-driven talent and workforce management solutions. As President and CEO, Lynne leads strategy development and execution to drive growth within the organization and deliver innovative contingent workforce solutions to Broadleaf’s clients.
“I am honored to be named to SIA’s 2018 Global Power 150 and included among such influential and inspiring women leaders,” said Lynne. “It is a testament to the outstanding work the Broadleaf team does to serve our customers.”
Prior to becoming President and CEO, Lynne served as Broadleaf’s General Counsel. Under her leadership and direction, the company has grown and enhanced its capabilities, while furthering its commitment to delivering customer-focused, results-oriented solutions.
“The women comprising the Global Power 150 – Women in Staffing list have not just elevated the industry but have helped shape a $461 billion global staffing industry by introducing new models of work—and by extension, have helped fuel the success of contingent workforce programs worldwide,” said Subadhra Sriram, SIA Editor and Publisher.
Lynne is involved in numerous women’s business organizations, including WBENC, which has recognized her as a Woman of Distinction, and the Women’s Presidents Educational Organization, serving as Vice Chair of the Board. She is also a member of the Regional Advisory Council to the New York Federal Reserve Bank, and sits on the board for the Committee of 200, an organization comprised of the world’s most successful women entrepreneurs and business leaders.
Lynne received her law degree from Georgetown University, where was Executive Editor of Law and Policy in International Business, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.