Listening & Taking Action – Supporting our Working Parents through COVID-19

As the school year approaches, working parents are experiencing an added layer of anxiety as some parents are balancing three full-time roles – parent, professional and teacher. DHG recognized that nearly 40% of its workforce faced unprecedented childcare challenges and agilely created a menu of life-work solutions to help each and every DHG team member […]

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WFH with Kids – Insights to Thrive from 3 Working Moms at DHG

Working parents are facing significant life changes as they navigate the triple duty of being a parent, teacher and working professional. DHG’s Parents Professional Network (PPN) Common Interest Group uncovers the challenges of working from home (WFH) with children and offers helpful solutions for working parents to thrive. All PPN members, Skye, Rachel and Srinidhi […]

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Celebrating the Class of 2020!

Graduation may look a little different this year with virtual ceremonies and drive-by celebrations, but that does not take away the significance of this life milestone. As the Class of 2020 transitions to their next chapter, we asked DHG leaders to share their advice for graduates. As you’ll see from the advice below, never give […]

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DHG Alumni: Toye Payne – A Pioneering Spirit

Who now works with 1.2 million honeybees, miniature Mediterranean donkeys and an international humanitarian aid organization? Why, that would be DHG alumna Toye Payne, who also happens to be one of the first two women to make partner with the firm. We caught up with Toye in between mission trips to Vietnam and Haiti to […]

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DHG Alumni: Courtney Arrington – Mentor, Encourager and Accounting Blogger

DHG alumna Courtney Arrington just loves being an accountant. She will also be the first to tell you that accounting did not come easily for her, nor did her CPA designation, but she was determined to succeed. And now she’s taking to social media to help other aspiring accountants realize their dreams.   You’ve created […]

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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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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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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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Passionate about Building Financial Literacy Skills for Students

April is Financial Literacy Month, and DHG is shining a light on some of the work our people are doing to contribute to financial literacy in our communities. Melissa Watson is a marketing associate at DHG who is passionate about sharing financial literacy skills with students through her volunteer work with Junior Achievement. Read more […]

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