Marcum’s Nanette Lee Miller Named A Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business
New York City, NY – Nanette Lee Miller, West Coast Partner-in-Charge of Assurance Services at Marcum LLP and National Founder & Co-Leader of the Firm’s LGBT & Non-Traditional Family Practice Group, has been named one of the Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business by the San Francisco Business Times. It is the third consecutive year that Ms. Miller has been so honored by the publication.
“In the Bay Area, we are fortunate to have a community of exceptional businesswomen whose ranks are growing,” the publication wrote. “While we may not yet have enough women at the very top of Fortune 500 companies or in the boardrooms, women hold significant positons of power and influence throughout their organizations and communities… Congratulations to each of the inspiring and accomplished women recognized in this special edition.”
Ms. Miller has more than 30 years’ experience in public accounting and provides assurance, accounting and business consulting services to publicly and privately held businesses, as well as not-for-profit organizations. She works with various up-and-coming manufacturing, distribution, retail and professional services companies in diverse industries; including finance, healthcare, and technology. She is a trusted business advisor for start-up and emerging companies, as well as troubled entities that require restructuring.
Miller has been a panelist and speaker at many industry events and was the 2010 recipient of the AICPA/CalCPA Women to Watch – Experienced Leader Award.
Ms. Miller founded the LGBT & Non-Traditional Family Practice Group at Marcum in 2012, a full year before the historic overturning of the Defense of Marriage Act by the U.S. Supreme Court. Her astute recognition of the complex and distinct Tax and Estate Planning needs of the LGBT community established Marcum as the national thought leader in this specialty area. Ms. Miller is a frequent commentator in the media for articles about the intricate tax and financial rules faced by LGBT couples and families, state-by-state and around the country.