Verrill Voices: Discussions with the 2018 Mainebiz Business Leaders of the Year

June 26, 2018 Podcast

Each year, Mainebiz recognizes the business leaders in Maine whose vision is making a difference in their companies, for their employees and customers, and in their communities. In 2018, Mainebiz honored three such business leaders as 2018 Mainebiz Business Leaders of the Year: Josh Broder, CEO of Tilson Technology Management; Kathie Leonard, President and CEO of Auburn Manufacturing Inc.; and Steve Levesque, Executive Director of Midcoast Regional Development Authority.

In this Verrill Voices series, we sat with all three honorees to hear their thoughts on leadership and the paths that led them to be recognized among Maine's exemplary business leaders. Click on the links below to listen to our interviews with these three exceptional business leaders:

Kathie Leonard, Auburn Manufacturing Inc.
Steve Levesque, Midcoast Regional Development Authority
Josh Broder, Tilson Technology Management

Verrill Dana is proud to present this series of conversations as a part of the Verrill Voices series. To find more Verrill Voices podcasts on a variety of legal topics, search Soundcloud, iTunes, Google Play Music, and archived on VerrillDana.com among our publications.

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