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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A Conversation with IMPACT Award Winner Andrew Swint on His Passion for Volunteering

Andrew Swint, a senior consultant in DHG’s Charlotte, NC 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, Andrew talks about his passion for volunteering and some of the causes and organizations that are especially important to […]

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DHG Alumni Profile – Sandy Thomas

Whether she’s helping to lead the Garden Club of America, volunteering in her community or mentoring others, retired DHG partner Sandy Thomas has a knack for planting seeds and making them grow.   What have you been doing since retiring last January? Mostly, I’ve been splitting my time serving several charitable organizations, traveling, and my […]

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Ivanna Gutierrez – Proud of Her Hispanic Heritage

Recognizing our diverse team and their unique heritages, DHG is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month during the month of September. Ivanna Gutierrez is a Risk Advisory Consultant in DHG’s Charlotte market who is proud of her Hispanic family roots and traditions. She joined DHG earlier this year, and her background is in IT with direct experience […]

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Frank Graham Shares His Experience as a DHG Boomerang

Frank Graham is DHG’s Chief Financial Officer, and he focuses on managing the firm’s internal accounting. Frank joined DHG as CFO in 2017; however, some people may not know that Frank is actually a boomerang team member, returning to the firm for the second time after leaving 20 years ago when he began his career. […]

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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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