Minneapolis, Minn. (June 8, 2017) — Lurie, LLP was named to the seventh 2017 Accounting MOVE Project Equity Leadership Firms. It recognizes firms with a minimum of 50 employees, where women comprise at least 30% of partners and principals.
Lurie managing partner Beth Kieffer Leonard continues to elevate the importance of having women in leadership roles, “We will continue to actively demonstrate how to lead by example. We know we’ve positively impacted our market share in the Twin Cities business community through the firm’s dedication to recruiting and retaining women. Strong female leadership at the firm will always be a high priority and we know that diverse backgrounds and understandings make our business healthier and our clients happier.”
The MOVE Project is the profession’s only annual benchmark of the status of women in the leadership pipeline. “Innovative firms are finding that they win new clients when they clear the way for senior women to open new offices and new lines of business designed around workplace flexibility and collaborative growth strategies,” said Joanne Cleaver, president of Wilson-Taylor.
Founded in 1940, Lurie LLP is a prominent Twin Cities CPA & Advisory firm providing accounting, audit, tax planning and retirement planning services to privately held and family businesses, as well as individuals. With more than 160 employees and memberships in both Moore Stephens North America and the Leading Edge Alliance networks, Lurie has the ability to serve clients across the United States and hundreds of countries worldwide. To learn more visit: www.LurieLLP.com or follow on Twitter: @LurieLLP.