New Hampshire Department of Revenue Assistant Commissioner
Margaret Fulton worked in the legal profession for 19 years prior to joining the NH Department of Revenue. Originally from Philadelphia, Attorney Fulton was most recently employed as an Assistant Attorney General for the NH Department of Justice. In that role, she practiced administrative law, labor and employment law, real estate and property litigation, as well as contract, construction and tort litigation. Attorney Fulton received both her undergraduate and law degrees from Suffolk University in Boston, and is a certified Continuous Improvement Practitioner (LEAN). Attorney Fulton has held the position of Assistant Commissioner since 2005, and was the Acting Commissioner during the Fall of 2008. She was selected as the eastern region’s 2010 recipient of the Henry G. Toll Fellowship for outstanding government leaders, and was also recently recognized for her accomplishments with the 2011 national award of State Tax Administrator of the Year. Attorney Fulton is a team-oriented consensus-builder, who excels at innovative problem solving and developing creative workarounds to find the right tools to cultivate employee success and her organization to thrive.