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Concannon Miller Manager Named Woman to Watch

Posted by Concannon Miller on May 4, 2022 8:04:41 AM

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Concannon Miller Manager Named Woman to WatchConcannon Miller is proud to announce Lauren Wieser, CPA, a manager on its small business team, has been named a Lehigh Valley Business Woman to Watch winner for 2022.

Lauren joined Concannon Miller in 2016 and rose quickly through the ranks to manager within five years of her start.

Lauren is also very active in the community, including serving on the board of Turning Point of Lehigh Valley and taking part in Leadership Lehigh Valley.

“Lauren is a true definition of a woman to watch,” said Denise Hozza, a Concannon Miller director and a longtime supervisor of Lauren. “She has grown tremendously in her five years with the firm, is a super go-getter with both our staff and community. She has a great future at Concannon Miller.” 

Lauren, who grew up and lives in Bethlehem, is a graduate of DeSales University, where she served as president of the college’s Best Buddies International chapter. She also serves on Concannon Miller’s employee charity committee.

“We’re so proud of all of the work Lauren has contributed as an emerging leader at our firm and we all congratulate her on this well deserved honor,” said Ted Witman, Concannon Miller President & COO.

The Woman to Watch honor is part of the LVB Women of Influence awards and is awarded to women under 35. Lauren will be honored May 4 as part of Lehigh Valley Business’s Women of Influence event.

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