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Leone, McDonnell & Roberts

Professional Association & Certified Public Accountants

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May, 2013

Supervisor Appointed to Dover Adult Learning Center Board

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Local Accounting Firm Supervisor Appointed to the Board of Directors of the Dover Adult Learning Center

Leone, McDonnell & Roberts, Professional Association is pleased to announce that Shauna Brown, CPA, Supervisor, was recently appointed to a three year term to the Dover Adult Learning Center’s Board of Directors, where she is serving on the finance committee. As part of her involvement on the Board, Shauna volunteered to be a team captain for the Red’s Shoe Barn Road Race on April 21st, which she ran and also recruited others to run/walk with her as part of her team.

“I’m truly excited about my three year term with the Dover Adult Learning Center,” said Brown. “Community involvement is very important to me, including my time running in the Red’s Shoe Barn Road Race. Getting involved is such a great opportunity to meet and network with others, all while improving the local community.”

Brown joined Leone, McDonnell & Roberts in 2006. As a senior accountant and has since been promoted to a supervisor . She is responsible for the supervision and review of client audit and review engagements, as well as performing some tax work. Brown works with a variety of clients, adding value to their financial reporting processes.

Brown graduated from Bentley University with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants (NHSCPA), where she serves on the financial careers committee. Brown currently resides in Deerfield with her husband, Nathan, and their two children.

Located in the McConnell Community Center, the Dover Adult Learning Center of Strafford County helps adults enhance their life-coping skills and improve their lives through basic education, job training, high school completion and enrichment classes. The organization helps students become more effective lifelong learners, family members, workers and citizens. For more information about the organization, visit www.dalc-online.org.

The 32nd Annual Reds Race “Race for a Better Community” 2013 is a 5 mile road race and 2.4 mile walking course. The intent of all participants is to take part in a historic community event while raising much-needed funds for local non-profit organizations that provide important services in Strafford County. For more information about Red’s Shoe Barn, visit www.reds-race.com.