A principal in the tax practice at Baker Newman Noyes, Drew specializes in advising on compensation and benefits issues and on serving employee benefit plans and tax-exempt organizations of all sizes. He has been a principal with the firm since its founding in 1995 and provided leadership to the firm by serving on our management committee for a five year term. He is a regular author of articles about employee benefit plans and compensation and benefits.
Drew earned a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College, a juris doctor from Cornell Law School, and a Master of Laws in Taxation from Boston University School of Law.
Three Things You Don’t Know About Me
- At age 51, I ran my first and probably last marathon.
- My wife and I have adopted three rescue dogs from the South, and during the past couple of years we have fostered seven others.
- I am trying to learn some basic conversational Mandarin, using both the Pimsleur method and the Duolingo app.