Women Who Move the City Award - Maggie Shea, CPA

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County hosted the Women Who Move the City event, in celebration of all the honorable women supporting and doing great things for our community, with Maggie Shea being one of the six honorees!

BBBS of Erie County and Media Sponsor Kiss 98.5 & Janet Snyder are excited to celebrate Maggie Shea as today’s Women Who Move the City Wednesday Honoree!

Maggie is an integral part of the Buffalo community and volunteers her free time to causes close to her heart. She serves on the Amherst Chamber of Commerce’sEmerging Business Leaders (EBL) Board of Directors, as Technology Chair for the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance Board of Directors, and as Treasurer for both the Parkside Community Association and Buffalo Niagara Human Resources AssociationBoard of Directors. Maggie is also an Ambassador for Child & Family Services, member of the WNY HR Young Professionals and serves on the Saturn Club Membership Committee.

Maggie graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and moved back to Buffalo in 2008, where she was born and raised.  She spent over 3 years in Public Accounting, where she earned her CPA, and then switched her career into Staffing in 2011.  In 2015, she started her own Staffing Firm, StaffBuffalo, LLC, specializing in executive, permanent, and temporary placements.

In addition to supporting the event and activities of the Boards and Committees Maggie is involved with, her team at StaffBuffalo take pride in volunteering for events and throughout the year!  They have participated in Ronald McDonald House Charities “Cooks for Kids” and 5K Race, volunteered at the annual NextGen (formerly YCPAs of the NYSSCPAs) Golf Outing, the Taste of Buffalo and at Evergreen Health Services in preparation for Buffalo Pride Week and the Gay 5K Race. The StaffBuffalo team also volunteers for the Finance Team at the Promise Shop for the Susan G. Komen WNY Race for a Cure WNY, plants trees in the community through Re-Tree WNY, and donates blood and platelets for Roswell Park.

If Maggie does not seem busy enough, she also donates her hair bi-annually to Locks for Love, regularly sits on panels relating to staffing and employment, and is the Treasurer for Amber Small for Senate (2015 Women Who Move the City Honoree) in the 60th District.

Maggie is extremely grateful for the 2016 Women Who Move the City honor and committed to volunteering throughout Buffalo and the surrounding areas! To celebrate with Maggie and our other five Women Who Move the City Honorees on Wednesday, April 20th at Buffalo RiverWorksclick here to purchase your tickets today!