Tim York is the managing partner of DHG’s Dealerships Group. He is a great advocate for women at DHG and in the profession. He learned a lot from his mom who was a pioneer for women in the accounting industry. In this podcast, Tim reflects on the path his mom blazed and the influence that she had on his perception of women in the industry.
Life at DHG Podcast Series
Can women truly have it all? What does having it all actually mean? Jennifer George, a partner in our Professional Standards Group, shares with us her perspective as she reflects on her career, her family and life as a working mom.
In celebration of Black History Month, we share a lively conversation with one of DHG’s superstars – Keon Stevenson. Keon shares with us how mentoring has helped him progress in his career and what he is doing to help others through formal and informal mentoring opportunities. Keon is a manager in our Metro DC market.
In this podcast, DHG Chairman Kent Satterfield talks about his role as Chairman of the Board of The PhD Project. The PhD Project serves to increase the diversity of leaders in business by getting more diverse professors in front of classrooms at business schools. Data shows that more diversity in classrooms produces better outcomes for all students, and similarly, at DHG, we believe the more diverse and inclusive our teams are, the better outcomes we will be able to produce for our clients.
Visit https://www.phdproject.org to learn more about The PhD Project.
With cold season in full effect, you may find yourself needing to see a doctor when traveling or when you have little time to sit in a waiting room. Thanks to DHG’s new Doctor on Demand benefit, you can see a board-certified physician anytime, anywhere from your computer or mobile device. This Five Minute Friday highlights the features of this great DHG benefit.
In celebration of Black History Month, Jina Etienne the President and CEO of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) joins us to share her thoughts and perspective on some of the major issues facing our industry today.
Jina is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the national office of NABA, and provides strategic direction and leadership for the organization. To learn more about NABA visit www.nabainc.org.
DHG proudly supports the American Heart Association’s efforts to build awareness about heart disease and heart issues by participating in the 15th annual National Wear Red Day on February 3rd. This podcast features Brian Carlton, Market Managing Partner from Metro DC. Upon learning that he had heart rhythm disorders, Brian made significant lifestyle changes. He shares with us his journey and his perspective on proactively addressing health issues and changes.
Dressing for success is a key component to getting your career moving in the right direction. DHG’s Alice Grey Harrison, Director of Corporate Communications and Travis Wilson, Director of Talent Acquisition, share several tips and resources in this podcast episode. This dynamic duo is an audience favorite at DHG’s intern training where they host a “talk show” all about fashion and office etiquette.
DHG was recently certified as a Great Place to Work®. In this episode, we talk with Tony Bond, Chief Innovation Officer at Great Place to Work (GPTW), the global authority on building, sustaining, and recognizing high-trust, high-performing workplace cultures. Tony shares with us what makes an organization a great place to work and points out several key aspects of DHG’s culture and programs that are truly special.
Tony helps organizations achieve desired business outcomes while developing and sustaining strong workplace culture. GPTW’s culture transformation services are rooted in 25 years of research into exceptional organizations, refreshed annually through Best Companies To Work For competitions in 45 countries (ie. annual FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For in America). www.greatplacetowork.com
We’re in the heart of cold and flu season and also one of our busier times of the year, and oftentimes, things happen. We need to be at work and then we have a loved one who may be sick or the person who cares for our loved one is sick, and we have to figure out how to juggle everything. At DHG, we are lucky to have our Backup Dependent Care program which enables us to access a network of childcare centers and in-home providers to offer temporary solutions when our regular care arrangements just aren’t available. In this podcast, Heather Cozart, a Partner in DHG’s Raleigh office, talks about her experience with the program.