Michela Daliana Honored as a 2019 Northeast Women in Public Finance Trailblazer
Michela Daliana was named a 2019 Trailblazer by the Northeast Women in Public Finance for her keen leadership and mentoring women across the industry.
Michela has dedicated her career to mastering the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code as they relate to tax-exempt bonds. She has been a frequent speaker on a variety of topics such as post issuance compliance, public private partnerships (P3), student loans and LIBOR at the National Association of Bond Lawyers and the American Bar Association seminars.
The Northeast Women in Public Finance (NEWPF) is a not-for-profit organization consisting of women from public organizations and private firms. NEWPF focuses on promoting the exchange of information and knowledge and the creation of opportunities for women.
Michela will be honored, along with other talented women who are active in the public finance, at the NEWPF annual dinner on December 4th.
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