KPMG people are passionate about making a difference.
"There is a direct correlation between volunteering and employee engagement at our firm," says Rob Arning. "The more our people volunteer, the higher their level of engagement and sense of pride about working for KPMG."
KPMG Executive Director Jill Ronda shares her story about how heart disease affected her family and sparked her passion to raise awareness and funds for the American Heart Association.
When Hurricane Harvey devastated her hometown of Houston, the LPGA star and KPMG brand ambassador stepped up to give back.
Rob Arning says KPMGers are passionate about Junior Achievement, increasing financial literacy, and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy.
Dean Bell is an elite marathon runner. “Being able to put my passion into doing something good in the community is the reason," he says.
Three years ago, KPMG's Kevin Sheehan was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer. This is his story.
The first installment in our new Voices series features Olympic Gold Medalist and KPMG Literacy Champion Laurie Hernandez.
This summer, KPMG’s New York and St. Louis offices hosted 44 interns in a lab-style internship.
KPMG's corporate citizenship and market development leader says smart companies harness the talents and passions of their people to serve society.
CEO Lynne Doughtie and Olympian Laurie Hernandez met with UNESCO’s Irina Bokova to promote education.
KPMG’s flagship literacy program marks its 10th anniversary with ‘Read to Achieve’ Initiative That Will Put 100,000 New Books into the Hands of Children in Need
News & perspectives team
Director, Corporate Communications, KPMG (US)