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Baker Tilly’s Lynette Stolarzyk Among “Women Who Lead” Honorees

MINNEAPOLIS (January 25, 2018) – Nationally recognized accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP (Baker Tilly) is pleased to announce that Lynette Stolarzyk, principal and Midwest Region international tax leader, has been named one of Minnesota Business Magazine’s 2018 Women Who Lead.

This award recognizes and celebrates Minnesota women who take a leadership role in their respective industries. Stolarzyk was recognized for her leadership in launching Baker Tilly’s Center for the Return of Manufacturing (CFRM) and establishing the firm’s Global Mobility Program for U.S. companies with employees working overseas. Her recognition also encompasses her leadership in her community, where she serves as a mentor to young women as a Girl Scout troop leader.

“This is well-deserved recognition for Lynette’s contributions to the firm and passion for helping clients. As business becomes increasingly global, Lynette’s leadership and understanding of issues global companies face will only become more important to our clients. We are very proud to celebrate Lynette’s recognition as a Woman Who Leads,” Jeff DeYoung, managing partner – Minneapolis, said.

Stolarzyk joined Baker Tilly’s international tax practice in 2015 and serves as the Midwest regional international tax leader. She provides clients with tax consulting and planning services and is active in global mobility matters and Baker Tilly’s CFRM.

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