Celebrating Pride Month – Being Proud of Who You Are

In celebration of Pride Month, Zach Shelton shares how DHG has given him the support he needs to be his true, authentic self at work and why Pride Month is important to him.  How does your identity relate to your work at DHG? I feel very comfortable being out at work – DHG has given […]

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Jo Afful: Keeping His Eye on the Ball

Joseph (Jo) Afful’s career path might be considered a bit unorthodox. A native of Ghana, Jo emigrated to the U.S. in 1999 to study finance. Since then, he has interned at JP Morgan Chase, worked as a financial analyst for Ernst & Young, was a risk advisory consultant while at DHG, and today serves as […]

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Celebrating My Mom – Hard Work, Dedication and a Love of People

In honor of Mother’s Day, Carlos Cunningham celebrates his mom and all that she has taught him. Continue reading as Carlos talks about his mom’s military career, her dedication to hard work and how she vetted DHG before Carlos’s first of three DHG internships! Tell us about your mom and her career in the military. […]

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RAVE-ing About Our DHG Administrative Professionals

In celebration of Administrative Professionals Day on April 24, Pamela Roberts, one of our experienced administrative professionals, shares what she loves about DHG as well as a few of her tips for delivering top-notch client service. In 2018, Pamela received more RAVEs (accolades for going above and beyond) than any other administrative professional in the firm! […]

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Matt Yarmey – From Bean Counter to Bean Roaster

DHG alumnus Matt Yarmey loves a good cup of coffee. But he’s no coffee snob: he thinks everyone deserves a really great cuppa joe – especially at work. So, four years ago, he left the security of a job he loved at DHG to start his own wholesale coffee business, Pure Intentions Coffee. His mission? […]

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Prepping for Parental Leave

Meredith Weadon, Senior Manager and member of DHG’s Working Parents Common Interest Group, recently returned from parental leave after welcoming her son, Mark. She shares her secret for successfully preparing her team, her clients and herself for parental leave. Leading up to your parental leave, were you nervous about your team managing client relationships and […]

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Energy for Life – Maximizing What is Most Important

Energy for Life enables us to look at our lives through a more meaningful, long-term lens. It’s not just about changing food and nutrition habits or focusing solely on exercise, it’s really about looking at yourself more holistically in terms of maximizing what is most important. John Locke, DHG Senior Manager and Business Performance Coach, joins us […]

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Inclusion & Diversity at DHG and Beyond

In honor of Black History Month, DHG’s African American Network (AAN) Common Interest Group recently asked team members across the firm’s footprint to write messages about what Inclusion and Diversity means to them. Continue reading as members of the AAN share their own thoughts on the topic and why they were passionate about forming the […]

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Celebrating Black History Month at DHG

In honor of Black History Month, DHG’s African American Network Common Interest Group is spotlighting several African American professionals across the firm. Continue reading to learn about their career development at DHG, their advice for candidates interested in joining the firm, and more! What advice would you give a candidate who wants to join DHG? Michael […]

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DHG Alumni – Jay Motsinger: Blue Sky Possibilities at DHG

After spending 38 years with Dixon Hughes Goodman, retired partner Jay Motsinger stays on the move, now reporting to a new CEO, his wife, Margie. What have you been doing since retiring in 2010? Margie and I are both pretty spontaneous, and we love to travel. Since my retirement, we have been to France, England, […]

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