DHG IMPACT is how we brand corporate citizenship, explaining how we care for our people and the world around us. This podcast features Scott Yandle, a senior manager in DHG’s Greenville office, sharing how small changes in the office can truly make a great impact on our people and the environment at the same time.
Life at DHG Podcast Series
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting the stories of many women who are leaders in our communities and in business. This celebration would not be complete without honoring some of our outstanding, trailblazer clients. Stacy Struminger, President and Founder of RAINRAPS joins us to talk about how she started her business from a creative idea with her best friend – both women entrepreneurs.
Hayden Boles, an associate in DHG’s Tampa office, truly embodies DHG’s mission of building valuable careers with our people and helping our clients achieve their goals. He recently transitioned into a new service area and actually moved physical locations from the Triad to Tampa. Listen as Hayden shares his story on career mobility and charting his career path.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Heather Cozart, Managing Partner of DHG’s Raleigh office and Chair of the North Carolina Association of CPAs Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce, joins us to talk about overcoming barriers and recognizing implicit bias in the workplace.
As we continue our celebration of inclusion and diversity at DHG, Nicole Andrews, a manager on our HR team, joins us to talk about our newly minted Common Interest Groups. Listen as Nicole shares insight on the importance of diversity and embracing differences.
As we celebrate Black History Month at DHG and beyond, Dr. Nika White joins us to share perspective on inclusion and diversity in today’s business environment. Nika’s professional career spans over 20 years and ranges from serving as an inclusion and diversity practitioner and accomplished marketing communications executive to economic development leader and community advocate. She finds inspiration through the intersection of business, diversity, and leadership and has made this her niche.
As we kick off the New Year, do you find yourself wondering how to manage your energy or how to add fitness to your daily routine? DHG alumna Chelsea Witiak and her fitness guru husband, Nick Kenon, share their tips for staying active and building energy through movement.
As we celebrate a month of giving, we are honored to highlight one of our outstanding partners, Tamara Vineyard. Tamara was recently recognized for her dedication to community service as she was named a Heroine of Washington by the March of Dimes Maryland-National Capital Area. In this podcast, Tamara talks about her work in the community and why she chooses to give back.
We recently welcomed a new four-legged team member to our DHG family! She’s a golden retriever puppy named Dewey who is currently learning to be an assistance dog with paws4people. We are proud to be a sponsor and supporter of paws4people and their work to train and place dogs like Dewey and her fellow trainees with children, veterans, military dependents and civilians who are living with disabilities. Kyria Henry, CEO of paws4people, joins us in this podcast to talk about the great work that the organization is doing and what’s on Dewey’s training schedule for the next few years.