Benjamin Dailey

Board Member

I first heard about Port Resources from one of my coworkers who was a long time board member who was retiring.  I have worked in finance and accounting jobs for a number of years and I thought my experience would help the board be able to better support the organization.  I am a CPA doing tax planning and consulting at Marcum, LLP.  It’s a national accounting firm that just moved into Portland, Maine last year.  It’s a very demanding job, especially around the April 15th deadline, but it’s very rewarding.

Port Resources fulfills a tremendously important role in the community helping people live independently, and helping other nonprofits with training and other resources.  As a board member it has been incredibly rewarding to work with a team who is so passionate about helping these people who too often fall through the social safety net.