Lynne Marie Finn Named to Buffalo Business First’s Power 200 Women
Lynne Marie Finn, CEO of Broadleaf Results, was recently named to Buffalo Business First’s Power 200 Women list for the sixth time. This annual distinction recognizes our community’s most influential female leaders whose talent and influence fuel significant economic, social, and cultural growth.
“It’s an honor to be included in this group of strong, influential women who have dedicated themselves to the advancement of Western New York,” said Finn. “These women have truly made an extraordinary impact in our community and it’s gratifying to have such efforts recognized.”
In addition to her inclusion on the Power 200 Women list, Finn has previously been recognized as the “Businesswoman of the Year” by Buffalo Business First in 2021, a Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) Woman of Distinction, named by Staffing Industry Analyst (SIA) as one of the Global Power 150 Women in Staffing, received the Influential Women in RPO Award from the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (RPOA), named a Provider Superstar by HRO Today, and is a past recipient of the Athena Award.
The entire Power 200 Women list can be viewed online at Business First’s website.
To learn more about Lynne, you can read her executive bio here.