Congratulations to StaffBuffalo Partner Lauren Lewis for being named a Big Brothers Big Sisters Defenders of Potential Honoree! Updated May 13th with pictures from the awards event!
StaffBuffalo Partner Maggie Shea was recently featured on SoulyHer’s blog, where she discussed StaffBuffalo’s matchmaking process as well as how she connects to her own soul.
On February 25th, StaffBuffalo Managing Partner Maggie Shea served as a Mentor during Buffalo Business First’s 6th Annual BizWomen Mentoring Monday!
Congratulations to StaffBuffalo Managing Partner Maggie Shea for being selected as one of Buffalo Business First’s 40 Under 40 Winners! The StaffBuffalo team, family and friends had a wonderful time celebrating Maggie and all the other honorees at an award luncheon on November 30th at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center.
StaffBuffalo Administrative Assistant Lisa Gagnon recently shared about her experiences with the Fulbright Program at the University at Buffalo’s International Education Week! IEW is celebrated at UB to expose members of the UB community to the diverse perspectives of other cultures and, hopefully, to increase community members’ cross-cultural awareness, curiosity and knowledge.
StaffBuffalo Managing Partner, Maggie Shea, had the honor of being the keynote speaker at the Clarence Rotary Shadow Day on November 1st!
Founded in 1960, the Clarence Rotary Foundation’s mission is to establish, foster, and encourage programs that have a positive, lasting impact in promoting greater understanding between people.
StaffBuffalo Managing Partner, Maggie Shea, was Organizing Sponsor of DisruptHR Buffalo 3.0 back in October! StaffBuffalo team members Stephanie Hobbs, Anne Coughlin, and Lauren Lewis joined in as well for this global event series born to shakes things up, make you think differently, and leave you inspired. Disruptors each have 5 minutes, with slides rotating every 15 seconds, to speak. Their goal is to share ideas around talent with precise passion!
Maggie Shea is one of the winners for Buffalo Business First’s 2018 40 Under 40!
Attorneys, entrepreneurs, educators and architects.
Their careers are varied, but there is one thing this year’s 40 Under 40 honorees have in common: These men and women are making a difference at work, at home and in the community — and they love Western New York.
Lauren Lewis was featured on QweenCity! This is the first of a two part series where she offers her insight to job seekers! Check out the article!
WNY Technology Community's mission is to serve as WNY's professional organization and to promote technology through networking, education, recognition and career enrichment. Their board had some transitions and our very own #GIRLBOSS, Maggie Shea was voted in as treasurer!
Every month the BNHRA turns the spotlight on the members that are making an impact in their professional lives. This month our very own, Maggie Shea, was featured on the BNHRA site! Check it out!
Maggie Shea was featured on Buffalo Business First where she shares her thoughts on Online versus On-Campus education and how it could affect job seekers' opportunities. Check it out!