KLR Newsroom June Landry Named Top Level C-Suite Executive by PBN March 24, 2016 KLR is pleased to announce that June Landry is a winner of the 2016 CMO C-Suite Executive Award. KLR is pleased to announce that June Landry is a winner of the 2016 CMO C-Suite Executive Award. The Providence Business News program recognizes top level C-suite executives in public, private and nonprofit companies who are innovators, trailblazers, role models and leaders in the community. She will be honored at their inaugural event on Tuesday, April 26th at the Omni Providence Hotel in Providence. “June has been an integral part of the growth and success of our firm, said Alan Litwin, Managing Director. Her enthusiasm and passion has created an environment where everyone can and wants to be involved in developing new business.” “I am truly honored to receive this award, said June Landry. This award truly honors the efforts of a great marketing team and the support and trust of a forward thinking firm.” As a testament to June’s achievements and the partners’ confidence in her, she is only the second non-CPA to ever be promoted to Principal in the history of the firm. June is responsible for the overall development of the marketing and growth strategies at KLR and its related entities. Her responsibilities include institutional firm branding, innovation, service line development, firm growth initiatives and vertical marketing. She also oversees the strategic marketing direction of the firm’s vertical practices including: Healthcare, Manufacturing, Technology, Not-for-profit, Hospitality and Private Equity/Venture Capital. June is a member of the National Association for Accounting Marketing (AAM) and the Marketing Special Interest Group for the Leading Edge Alliance. She is a member of the President’s Forum Planning Committee for The Entrepreneurship Institute and the Bryant University International World Trade Day Committee. She is a past member of the Providence Chamber of Commerce Annual Trade Show, is actively involved in the community and lends her support to local non-profit organizations as well.