Baker Tilly’s Susan Teicher Elected to the Board of Directors of Women in Need

NEW YORK (Jan. 2, 2019) – Accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly is pleased to announce Susan Teicher, partner-in-charge of the private client group in the New York regional offices, has been voted into the board of directors of Women in Need (WIN), an organization serving homeless women and their children in New York City.

“It is an honor and a privilege to become a member of WIN’s board of directors,” Teicher said. “I have always been inspired by the organization’s mission and accomplishments, and I am looking forward to contributing to their work.”

Teicher has extensive experience in tax planning, tax compliance and succession planning for individuals and businesses of all sizes. In her role within the wealth management practice, she specializes in tax services and financial planning for high-net-worth individuals.

“Susan embodies Baker Tilly’s values of collaboration, integrity, passion and stewardship both at work and in her community,” Christine M. Fenske, managing partner of Baker Tilly’s New York metro area offices, said.

Women in Need, established in 1983, provides safe housing, critical services and ground-breaking programs to help homeless women and their children rebuild their lives. The organization is the largest provider of shelters in New York City, serving about 10,000 homeless people each year, helping them regaining their independence and breaking the cycle of homelessness.

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