Baker Newman Noyes Promotes Nicholas Porto & Kristin Redstone

Redstone and Porto, both of Scarborough, join the principal group at Baker Newman Noyes

PORTLAND, Maine – Baker Newman Noyes, a nationally-recognized top 100 accounting and advisory firm, promoted Nicholas Porto, CPA, MSA, and Kristin Redstone, CPA, to principals in the firm’s tax practice.

“We are very excited to welcome Kristin and Nick to the principal group. They both bring diverse and unique expertise and perspectives that will benefit our clients and help lead our firm into the future,” said Michael Stillings, principal and director of tax services at BNN.

Redstone, of Scarborough, joined Baker Newman Noyes in 2003 and holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Husson College. She is a leader in the firm’s closely-held business group and specializes in tax planning, compliance, and structuring of complex transactions for partnerships, S corporations and individuals, primarily in the real estate industry. Kristin serves as treasurer of the Portland Provident Association.

Porto, also of Scarborough, is a leader in BNN’s tax-exempt organization practice, advising public charities, private foundations, museums, educational institutions and other nonprofit organizations. Porto joined Baker Newman Noyes in 2010 from another Maine-based regional public accounting firm. An Honors College graduate of the University of Maine, Porto holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting, a Master of Science in accounting, and is a graduate of Lift360’s ICL Leadership Intensive Omega Class. He serves as treasurer for both the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland and the University of Maine Alumni Chapter of Southern Maine.

BNN’s tax team believes in a proactive and collaborative approach to solving tax issues, focusing not only on compliance, but also on all planning aspects of a client’s business and tax positions. To learn more about Baker Newman Noyes, visit