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Mary Mickiewicz has joined KMA Human Resources Consulting as Office Manager. Mary is responsible for coordinating new projects and requests with KMA’s HR consultants, communications with sub-contractors (including IT and marketing), daily accounting, and other activities designed to keep the office running smoothly. She is an experienced team player with strong analytical and customer services skills.

Prior to KMA, Mary spent 27 years working with the Maine Revenue Service as a Sales Tax Auditor/Revenue Agent for the State of Maine, including the last 17 as Principal Revenue Agent. In this role, Mary gained valuable experience working with a wide range of businesses, from large employers to small, and learned first-hand how businesses and people interact. She also supervised and trained a team of revenue agents, performed hiring duties, and coordinated team activities.

Mary holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Husson College.

She lives in Portland with her husband, two teenage daughters, and their rescue dog. Her interests include camping with family and friends, reading, and hosting parties.


Why did you choose to move into the HR field?

I’ve been looking for a change and a place where I could combine my years of learning about companies and people, and how businesses do things right and how they sometimes do things wrong. What attracted me to KMA was its reputation and business philosophy. KMA has a strong team approach, upbeat attitude, and giving nature, which I find refreshing.

What do you like best about working with KMA?

The work at KMA is challenging and changing, which I find very satisfying. No two days are alike. It’s also great to be part of such a strong team and a growing company.

What’s one take away from your professional experience that’s been meaningful to you?

I don’t think there’s just one takeaway, but rather a buildup over the years in my work as an auditor and revenue agent. I got to see how companies work and to experience all sorts of people and their styles, learning from both the good and the bad. In hindsight, it was all good experience for me in making me the person I am today.

Tell us a little about yourself.

I live in Portland with my husband, two teenage daughters, and our rescue dog. When I’m not working, I love to read, host parties, and go camping with family and friends. I also have done a lot of volunteer work over the years, especially in my local schools and the Parent/Teacher organization.