Baker Newman Noyes Announces Seven Senior Promotions in New Hampshire
PORTSMOUTH—Baker Newman Noyes (BNN), a nationally recognized top 100 accounting and advisory firm, is excited to announce seven senior-level promotions in its Portsmouth and Manchester offices. The promotions below highlight managers and senior managers in the firm’s tax, assurance, and operations departments.
"Supporting the growth and development of our people is a top priority," said Dayton Benway, managing principal at Baker Newman Noyes. "These promotions are just one way we can recognize the great work of our employees and invest in their professional growth. Each of the individuals promoted this summer demonstrate excellent client service, a collaborative spirit, compassion, and a desire to continue to develop and innovate. I am proud to work alongside them and look forward to great things from each of them as their careers continue to grow."
- Ashley Barbera, of Hampton, has been promoted to manager in the tax practice. Barbera specializes in tax planning and compliance for closely held businesses and partnerships. She also is an active member of BNN’s internal training committee. Barbera holds a bachelor of science degree in accounting from the University of New Hampshire.
- Michael Casale, CPA, of Kennebunk, Maine, has been promoted to senior manager in the tax practice. Casale specializes in providing services to closely held businesses and their owners. He joined the firm in 2015, having previously been with William Steele & Associates. Casale earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting, with a minor in business law, from Villanova University.
- Shaun Cote, CPA, of Nottingham, has been promoted to senior manager in the tax practice. Cote joined the Firm in 2015 as part of the William Steele & Associates team. At BNN, he works with his clients on tax planning and compliance and primarily serves closely held businesses and their owners and high-net-worth individuals. Much of his practice focuses on real estate holdings and multi-state operating businesses. Cote earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of New Hampshire.
- Lauren Hale, of Berwick, ME, has been promoted to Manager in the business and technology advisory practice. Hale joined BNN last year after nearly two decades of experience working in healthcare operations and management. At BNN, Hale provides clients with project management, process redesign, systems selections and implementation, and business and technology consulting services. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration management from the University of New Hampshire.
- Ian Robinson, CPA, MSA, of Amesbury, Mass., has been promoted to manager in the transaction advisory practice. In his role he provides advisory services for privately held businesses, including mergers and acquisitions, and due diligence. Robinson earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance, and his master’s degree in accounting from The University of New Hampshire.
- Douglas Uhl, of Haverhill, Mass., has been promoted to manager in the tax practice. In this role, he provides tax preparation and compliance to individuals, partnerships, and S Corporations. Uhl joined BNN in 2022, after spending several years at a Massachusetts- based CPA firm. He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Southern New Hampshire University.
The following employees in the Portsmouth office were also promoted: Megan Elwell, CPA, MSA, has been promoted to senior in the assurance practice; Molly MacNeilly has been promoted to senior in the assurance practice; Michelle Morrison, MSA, has been promoted to supervising senior in the tax practice; and Justin Pelletier, J.D., Tax LL.M. has been promoted to senior in the tax practice.
- Marissa Mamet, CPA, of Hollis, has been promoted to senior manager in the tax practice. Mamet specializes in serving partnerships, primarily in the real estate and professional services industries. She joined Baker Newman Noyes in 2018 after several years at regional and worldwide firms. Mamet earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration, with a concentration in accounting from the University of Massachusetts.
The following employees in the Manchester office were also promoted: Jason Innerfield, has been promoted to senior in the tax practice; Lucas Jones has been promoted to senior in the assurance practice; John Karch has been promoted to senior in the tax practice; Madeline Moynihan, CPA, MSA, has been promoted to supervising senior in the tax practice; Paul Mullen has been promoted to supervising senior in the tax practice; and Tiffany Young, MBA, has been promoted to senior in the assurance practice.
These promotions were announced among 14 senior-level promotions across the firm’s Manchester; Portsmouth; Woburn, Mass.; Boston, Mass.; and Portland, Maine offices.
About Baker Newman Noyes
Baker Newman Noyes (BNN), one of the top 100 tax, assurance, and advisory firms in the nation, fosters strong, personal relationships through timely advice that helps clients achieve their goals. BNN’s professionals are entrusted by organizations and individuals to deliver effective accounting and financial solutions with diligence, vision, and responsiveness. The firm draws on deep experience and fosters collaboration between practice groups to find solutions to any situation, with a focus on banking and financial services, healthcare, life sciences, manufacturing and commercial, nonprofit, professional services, real estate and construction, public sector entities and privately held and family-owned businesses.
With a Net Promoter® Score of 86, BNN has received the Best of Accounting™ Award from independent research firm ClearlyRated for providing superior client service for five consecutive years. BNN serves clients globally from its headquarters in Portland, Maine, and full-service offices in downtown Boston and Woburn, Mass., and Manchester and Portsmouth, N.H., and as an independent member of the HLB network. Follow BNN on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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