Eleanor Baker receives the 2014 L. Kinvin Wroth Award from Maine Law
May 20, 2014
Eleanor Baker received the 2014 L. Kinvin Wroth Award at the University of Maine School of Law Commencement Ceremony on May 17, 2014. Baker is co-founder and managing principal at the accounting firm Baker Newman Noyes, and is a respected civic leader in Maine.
The award, named after former Dean L. Kinvin Wroth, honors a Maine Law graduate who has achieved distinction in his or her career by contributing as a leader, locally, nationally or globally, and who has helped advance his or her alma mater. The award is presented annually at the Maine Law commencement.
Baker graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 1978. She was a driving force in the establishment and growth of Baker Newman Noyes, one of the largest professional services firms in New England, providing accounting and tax services, as well as healthcare management consulting, risk and business advice, and employee benefit plans. Based in Portland, the firm employs about 200 people in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.