DHG Partners with the Young Black Leadership Alliance for a Summer Co-Op

During the month of July we partnered with the Young Black Leadership Alliance to offer a Co-Op in our Charlotte market for local high school students. The goal of the 4-week program (with students working 2 days per week) was to expose the students to public accounting and the various service lines within DHG. Their […]

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Overcoming Fear and Not Being Afraid to be Awesome!

Janessa Harkley is a summer intern in DHG’s High Point office. In searching for internships and thinking about where she wanted to go in her career she learned to appreciate the importance of overcoming fear, which for her was fear of networking and meeting new people. Continue reading as she encourages herself (and you!) to […]

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Celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Spotlight on Tangmo Thistle

Tangmo Thistle, a spring 2017 intern in DHG’s Norfolk office, sat down with us before returning to school at Old Dominion University to talk about celebrating her heritage during Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Continue reading as she talks about her passion for her heritage and how she is promoting diversity on campus. You’re […]

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Five Things I Learned During My DHG Internship

Matthew Del Rocco is nearing the end of his internship with DHG in the Jacksonville office. Continue reading as he shares five things he’s learned as a DHG intern. Learning to be a good learner: You hear a lot about different learning styles- how some people are visual learners and some people are auditory learners- […]

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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Who Inspires You?

Throughout the month of March we have been celebrating inspirational women at DHG and beyond. As part of the celebration, we asked our people to share stories about those who inspire them- those who have been instrumental in their career path, those they consider to be role models or those who encourage them to be […]

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Celebrating Women’s History Month: A Balancing Act

With two young kids at home, Sara Dopkin, an Audit Manager in DHG’s Baltimore office, has had to adapt and learn how to balance her roles as accountant and mom. Continue reading as Sara shares some of her learnings and how she makes it all work. How did your career path lead you to your […]

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Emily Powers

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are spotlighting Emily Powers, one of our Top 20 Most Recognized Women at DHG via RAVE, our recognition and rewards platform. Emily has been recognized for living each of our DHG values (Trust, Relationships, Innovation, Passion) and embodying all components of our strategy (Talent, Leadership, Growth, Service, Performance). “Emily […]

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Making an Impact on Campus

Nicole Barnes, an associate in DHG’s Memphis market is a beacon of innovation, determination and passion. While a student at The University of Mississippi, in the midst of pursuing an accounting degree, Nicole took it upon herself to start a chapter of the National Association of Black Accounts (NABA) on campus. Continue reading to hear […]

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DHG Talent Goes Abroad!

Our people, their careers and flexibility are top priorities at DHG, and for us, it’s icing on the cake when we’re able to build valuable careers with our people through unique learning opportunities, all while delivering great value to our clients. Matt Agostinelli and Dan Weeden, both with DHG’s Risk Advisory practice, were recently presented with […]

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