Career Insights from Mompowerment Contributor, Darien Sutton

Darien Sutton, Manager in DHG’s Winston-Salem office and mom to two little girls, recently added book contributor to her resume with her participation in the book Mompowerment. The book features excerpts from interviews with 100 working women and asks the question, “What if you could work part-time, continuing down your professional path, and actually spend quality […]

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Celebrating My Foundation

During Black History Month we celebrate the many achievements and contributions of African Americans. As the country, we celebrate these pioneers in history this month, and for me, I reflect on the unsung heroes in my life- my parents, Parfait Jean Marie Likibi and Sylvie Bouiti Likibi. Together, both have built the foundation that I […]

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Denzel Blount – DHG Superstar Secondee

Denzel Blount, Senior Associate in DHG’s Tysons office, recently returned from a five-month secondment in Hong Kong where he spent time working with our fellow Praxity firm, Mazars. He reflects on his experience abroad and encourages others to take advantage of the secondment experience as he did. Welcome back to the U.S.! How long were […]

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DHG Partner Alumni Spotlight: Greta Tosi-Miller

Prior to her retirement, Greta was with DHG in the Metro DC market for 32 years! She now lives in Vienna, VA where she enjoys volunteering with the Fairfax County Parenting Education Program, co-leading Mission Teams through Honduras Outreach, Inc., serving as the Clerk of Session at Grace Presbyterian Church and assisting other organizations focused […]

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DHG Partner Alumni Spotlight: Chuck Tew

Chuck Tew retired from DHG in 2010 after 26 years as a partner, initially in the High Point office and ultimately as managing partner of what was then the firm’s Eastern NC practice. Chuck joined Dixon Odom in 1976 when there were fewer than 50 people in the entire firm! Known for his sense of […]

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How NABA has Changed my Life and Career

I was a young, nervous, excited, and anxious freshman when I walked into a college classroom and saw a bunch of faces that looked just as anxious as mine. Unbeknownst to me, this National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) interest meeting would change my life forever. I grew up in a household where I was not […]

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Scooting Around Unconscious Biases

I have heard that to have an “executive presence” in business, one should stand tall, smile, and extend their arm for a firm handshake. Yet what if someone in business can no longer stand, smile, and is losing strength in their arms – should they give up the chance at a fulfilling career? That’s not […]

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