Broadleaf’s President & CEO named one of the most influential females
BUFFALO, NY, July 30 – Lynne Marie Finn, President and CEO of Broadleaf Results, was recently named to Buffalo Business First’s Power 150 Women list. 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 such strong, influential women who have dedicated themselves to the success of Western New York,” said Finn. “The difference these women have made in our local community has been extraordinary. I’m sure I speak for all nominees that we are strongly committed to making our region a better place to live, work, and play, especially during these trying times, and it’s gratifying to have our efforts recognized.”
The Power 150 Women list is compiled by the editorial staff at Business First. All of this year’s honorees have been featured in articles written by the publication over the past year.
In addition to her inclusion on the Power 150 Women list, Finn has previously been recognized as a Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) Woman of Distinction, named to the Staffing Industry Analyst (SIA) Global Power 150 Women in Staffing list, the SIA Top Staffing 100 list, and is a past recipient of the Athena Award.
The entire Power 150 Women list can be viewed online at Business First’s website.
To learn more about Lynne, you can read her executive bio here.
About Broadleaf Results
Broadleaf provides value-driven total talent management services to a wide range of industries around the globe. As a WBENC-certified woman-owned business founded in 1965, Broadleaf’s team of experts specializes in managed service programs (MSP), recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), independent contractor compliance (ICC), statement of work (SOW) and procurement management, vendor management systems (VMS), and employer of record/payroll services (EOR). Learn more at broadleafresults.com.