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DHG People Spotlight: Cathy Sealey


Cathy Sealey at Disney

Cathy SealeyHometown:   Burlington, NC

Family/Pets:   My wonderful husband, Rick, and I have been married 42 years on April 13!

DHG Role and Office Location:   Firm Administration in High Point, NC

How long have you been with DHG?  42 years this July 1st and it has definitely been a fast 42 years!!

How has DHG changed since you started with the firm?  Other than being much larger than we were 42 years ago (there were approximately 50 people firm-wide), an important part of the firm at that time was preparing individual tax returns.  While that’s still a part of the firm’s services, we now have so many other areas of focus that it has been incredible to watch that growth.  One thing that has not changed has been the firm’s philosophy to take care of its employees!

What is one word you would use to describe DHG:   Amazing!  I am so fortunate and blessed to work for such a great firm and to have been given so many great opportunities.

What is the best part about your job?  Not only do I enjoy all of my responsibilities, I love the people!  I cannot imagine that there is another firm anywhere that could possibly have as many wonderful employees as DHG.

How do you enjoy your free time, your Life Beyond Numbers?   Playing golf, visiting Disney World and enjoying North Carolina wineries.  My husband would tell you that I am definitely the golf and Disney World fanatic in our family.

If you were not working at DHG, what would you be doing?  I honestly am not sure.  Since DHG has been such a huge part of my life for such a long time, it is hard to imagine doing anything different or being anywhere else.  Maybe some involvement in the golf industry or planning meetings at Disney World would be possibilities.

You are involved in planning for some of DHG’s largest meetings and events. What is the most challenging and the most rewarding part of the process? Most challenging is managing the massive number of details, and most rewarding is looking back after it’s over and seeing how it all came together and what a big success it was.