IMPACT Award Winner Erin Loder shares her strength through community service

Erin Loder, a marketing professional in DHG’s Norfolk, VA office is the winner of our DHG Community IMPACT Award, which celebrates the impact our people are making across our communities through volunteer hours. In this spotlight, Erin talks about her passion and purpose for volunteering and some of the causes and organizations that hit close […]

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#BeCyberSmart – Celebrating Cybersecurity Awareness Month

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In celebration of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, RJ Sudlow – a manager on the DHG IT Advisory team – shares insights with us about his career in cybersecurity and how he helps clients. How did you gain an interest in and start your career in IT Advisory / cybersecurity? I was in sales after college, looking […]

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Diana Parra-Gonzalez

As Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off, we caught up with Diana Parra-Gonzalez, an executive assistant to DHG’s senior leadership team and one of the founding members of DHG’s Latin American Common Interest Group to discuss why we should celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. What does Hispanic Heritage Month mean to you? How do you celebrate it? […]

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Reflections on my DHG Internship

Jay Smith, an HR intern in DHG’s Charlotte market and rising sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, is a young professional striving for excellence by utilizing her love of communication to impact the world of business. Jay was introduced to DHG during a Co-Op she participated in with the Young Black Leadership […]

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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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My DHG Internship Experiences: Gaining Confidence for a Career in Accounting

My name is Kacy Decatur, and I am a returning intern in DHG’s Tysons, Virginia office. This past May, I graduated from Christopher Newport University, and this fall I am headed off to the University of South Carolina for my Master’s in Accounting. Since my sophomore year in high school, I have known that accounting […]

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Equipping DHG Interns for Our Careers and Everyday Life

“You work at an accounting firm? You must be good with numbers…” – The line many of us have heard more times than we care to count. My name is Kaylee Ewing, and I am a Management Information Systems and Marketing double major at The University of Georgia (UGA). I spent my early college days […]

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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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