Having a diverse and inclusive work environment means that we celebrate differences and embrace all of our people for who they are each and every day. This month, DHG recognizes and celebrates Pride month. At DHG, we’ll be highlighting some of our terrific people and we will be participating in events in several of our markets. Summer Brooks from DHG’s Greenville, SC office joins us in this podcast to share her journey and why it is important to celebrate inclusion and diversity at DHG and beyond.
Life at DHG Podcast Series
At DHG, we celebrate inclusion and diversity everyday, and anytime we have the opportunity to raise awareness around one of our diverse communities, we go full throttle! This month, DHG is celebrating Pride Month. We kicked off the celebration by serving as one of the corporate sponsors of the Capital Pride Festival in Washington, D.C. on June 11. In this podcast, Michele Barron-Resto from DHG’s Tysons office joins us to talk about the festival and what it means to be unapologetically proud.
In this podcast we are joined by former DHG interns, Tangmo Thistle and Taylor Sharpe. Tangmo and Taylor look back on their DHG experience as they share key takeaways and advice for future DHG interns.
We don’t always think about finances when we think about our overall wellness, but they’re a very important component. Will Sneed, incoming Managing Director of the DHG Wealth Advisors Group and 30-year veteran of the investment industry, joins us in this podcast in honor of Financial Literacy Month to share tips on finding financial freedom.
Building valuable careers with our people is a top priority…so much so, it’s the first part of our mission statement. Several key areas to career success are coaching, feedback and continual learning. We listened to our professional’s feedback and completed a redesigned DHG University and created a new Performance Enrichment Program (PEP). In this podcast, we’ll highlight some of the unique attributes of these programs and share how they link to our mission of building valuable careers with our people and helping our clients achieve their goals.
Inclusion and diversity is an important focus for us at DHG, and one of the programs to support this focus is our Women Forward Program. In addition to firm-wide offerings, our local offices often host their own events for employees, clients, prospects, and even the larger community. Our Atlanta office is hosting a Women Forward breakfast on May 9 featuring guest speaker Soon Mee Kim, Global Diversity and Inclusion Leader for Porter Novelli, one of the largest PR firms in the industry. As a preview to the event, Soon Mee joins us in this podcast to talk about diversity driving creativity and innovation in the workplace.
In honor of Financial Literacy Month, Amy Manning of DHG Wealth Advisors joins us to share a few tips on financial well-being. Amy is a certified financial advisor and helps create financial security for her clients through a disciplined approach with financial planning. Be sure to have a pen and a piece of paper handy to jot down notes during this podcast!
We are celebrating sustainability and our environment this month in honor of Earth Day. In this podcast we are joined by Tricia Wilson, DHG Regional Managing Partner and a dear friend to mother earth, to talk about DHG Impact and what sustainability at DHG looks like.
We all say, “Identity theft won’t happen to me,” but the reality is last year alone more than 12.7 million Americans were victims of identity fraud. Cleaning up the damage that comes with identity theft can be a complete nightmare, take it from Jennie Guice, Corporate Communications Senior Associate, who discovered at the age of 21 that her identity had been stolen when she was 8-years-old! Listen as Jennie shares her story and details on DHG’s InfoArmor benefit which protects DHG employees and their families against identity theft.
Jamie Smith is an incredible advocate for women at DHG and beyond. He serves on our Women Forward board and is a tax partner in our Jacksonville, Florida office. In this podcast he shares why men matter in our pursuit of forward progress for women.