In honor of DHG’s IMPACT Financial Focus Month, we spoke with DHG’s own Amy Manning (Senior Manager, DHG Wealth Advisors) about financial wellness for our people and the tools we have available to help us be more financially fit.
Category: DHG Impact
In honor of Earth Day and our DHG IMPACT month recognizing sustainability, Amy Bishop of Greenbrier Farms joins us to talk about what sustainability means to her. Greenbrier Farms is a family-owned, organic farm that provides clean, quality food to the broader Greenville, SC community.
As we celebrate Women’s History Month at DHG, we are excited to share a four-part Path to Partner Series, featuring interviews with some of our most esteemed female partners. We have selected partners from various career stages to help provide perspective and insight on their careers and their career paths. Joining us in the first installment of the series is Allison Ballard, Managing Partner of our Charleston, WV office. She’s an active member of the community and a super mom!
At DHG, we’re currently celebrating our annual Month of Giving. This fall our team members voted to partner with the Alzheimer’s Association for the next 12 months. Joining us today from the Alzheimer’s Association is Ruth Drew, the Director of Information and Support Services. Ruth oversees nationwide efforts to enhance care and support for all of those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Samantha Reeves is the Director of Talent Acquisition at DHG, and she has 20 years of experience working with global corporations. Her passion lies in the attraction, engagement and retention of talent in the multi-generational and geographically dispersed workforce.
This month DHG kicks off its annual food drive, Count the Cans, where the entire firm focuses on fighting hunger through food donations and volunteerism at local community food banks. Robin Brown is a manager in the DHG Risk Advisory practice in Atlanta. She is a board member and has been volunteering for many years with the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Robin’s focus on food bank programs stems from her time working with Boys and Girls Clubs and the YMCA youth programs during her college years. The stories shared by her students about food insecurity in their households stuck with her throughout college and compelled her to continuously give back when and where she could.
So many Americans are asking the important question: What does the tax reform law mean for me? Tax reform is definitely a hot topic for our profession, for every industry and for us as individuals. Financial well-being is a key pillar of our DHG IMPACT committees and joining us today is Eric Hessler who is a senior manager in our tax practice. Eric will help us uncover and clarify some of the information we all need to know about the tax reform law.
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.
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.