Lessons from My Dad: Tenacity, Perspective and Purpose

The fathers in our lives often shape who we are and serve as role models and mentors to us as we progress through our lives and careers. As we celebrate Father’s Day, Scott Spohn, Partner-in-Charge of DHG Healthcare’s National Strategy Practice, reflects on several important lessons he’s learned from his father.  The three most impactful lessons […]

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Why Diversity is Important on Financial Planning Teams

Tara Thomas is a Senior Tax Manager in DHG’s Atlanta office who is presenting Financial Planning Ideas from Inside the 1040 with DHG Partner, Alpa Patel at the AICPA’s Engage 2018 Conference. As Tara gets ready for her presentation, she discusses how this opportunity arose and why diversity is so important in serving clients and guiding them […]

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Honoring the Sacrifices of Four Sons this Memorial Day

Tim Carlson, Senior Associate on DHG’s Digital Technology Services team, is father to four service men currently serving in the U.S. and abroad. He joins us in honor of Memorial Day to talk about their respective journeys to get where they are today and the pride he has for his sons and their courageous service. […]

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Celebrating Our Mothers – Happy Mother’s Day!

In celebration of Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 13th, we’d like to recognize and honor our mothers and grandmothers at DHG. Thank you for all you do to love, support and care for your families. We’ve gathered a few photos and special memories about our mothers or grandmothers and what it means to be a mother. Take a […]

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Karina Pareja Looks Back at Her DHG Internship Experience

My name is Karina Pareja, and I currently attend Auburn University. I interned at DHG in the Atlanta office during the spring 2018 semester and focused mainly on the dealership industry. I have a Sheepadoodle puppy, am a certified yoga instructor, have been vegan/vegetarian since I was 5 years old, and am very devoted to […]

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Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, and part of DHG’s focus on inclusion and diversity is highlighting the lives of our people.  Stephen Kimberlin is a Tax Senior Manager in the DHG Richmond office, and he values the Korean heritage of his mother in addition to the American roots of his father. In what […]

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CEO Blog: #MeToo – Fostering a Culture of Respect

Originally posted on Matt Snow’s CEO Blog, we wanted to share this post highlighting excerpts from our recent firm-wide live panel discussion around the #MeToo anti-harassment movement and Matt’s thoughts on DHG’s Culture of Respect.  Sexual harassment in the workplace is an incredibly relevant topic with widespread discussion evolving from the #MeToo anti-harassment movement. We […]

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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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