• Lynne Doughtie Joins LUNGevity Foundation Board of Directors

    LUNGevity Foundation, the nation’s leading lung cancer-focused organization, has announced the addition of Chairman and CEO Lynne Doughtie to its Board of Directors.
  • KPMG Again Named an Adoption-Friendly Workplace

    KPMG has been named for the 10th consecutive year as one of the 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces in the U.S. by the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.
  • Doughtie Again Named One of FORTUNE’s Most Powerful Women in Business

    U.S. Chairman and CEO Lynne Doughtie was again named one of FORTUNE’s Most Powerful Women in Business. In the publication’s profile of Doughtie, FORTUNE notes the firm’s major revenue growth and focus on innovation during her tenure.
  • New OMPs Named for Fort Worth and Oklahoma City

    We are pleased to announce two new Office Managing Partner appointments: John Flack II for Fort Worth and James (Jamie) Brickman for Oklahoma City.
  • Lynne Doughtie: The World in 2019

    Writing on LinkedIn Pulse, Chairman and CEO Lynne Doughtie looks ahead to "The World in 2019," and reveals the single biggest driver of change over the next three years.
  • Cusack to Head State and Local Tax Practice

    Please join us in congratulating Larry Cusack on being selected to serve as National Service Line Leader for our State and Local Tax (SALT) practice. He will succeed Brian Stromen, who is assuming a new and critical client services role, effective October 1.
  • Long Island Office Celebrates 50th Anniversary

    More than 250 members of the extended Long Island office (LIO) family recently marked a golden anniversary. It’s been 50 years since their office became an integral part of the Long Island business community.
  • KPMG Leads Profession With a New D&A Master’s Degree

    Advancing our award-winning corporate recruiting and culture of learning, KPMG is leading how the profession selects and trains its next generation of leaders. The firm announced today the development of the Master of Accounting with Data and Analytics Program at The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business and the Villanova School of Business.
  • Stacy Lewis Helps Team USA Bring Home “The Crown”

    Stacy Lewis secured five points for Team USA, with a record of 2-1-1 through the four days of competition, ranking second on the team, behind only the six points won by Christie Kerr.
  • Future Diversity Leaders Walk the Red Carpet

    Lights, camera, action! The 10th anniversary of KPMG’s Future Diversity Leaders (FDL) conference premiered this month in Hollywood, California. The program was created in 2007 to inspire, develop, and ultimately attract ethnically diverse developing leaders to KPMG.
  • Milano Receives Honorary Doctorate

    Bernard J. Milano, president and trustee of the KPMG Foundation, recently was awarded a doctor of humane letters degree by William Paterson University. Milano was honored for his long-standing commitment to service, diversity, and academic and professional excellence.
  • KPMG Named a Top Company Among Civic 50

    We are extremely proud to announce that KPMG has been ranked among the 2016 Civic 50, an initiative of Points of Light that each year honors the 50 "most community-minded companies" in the United States.
  • KPMG 2016 Global CEO Outlook, Now or never.

    KPMG’s 2016 Global CEO Outlook study provides a vivid image of global CEOs’ expectations for business growth, the challenges they face and their strategies to chart organizational success over the next 3 years.
  • KPMG Signs Mariah Stackhouse

    KPMG LLP today announced it signed a global sponsorship agreement with aspiring professional women’s golfer Mariah Stackhouse. Stackhouse, a 2016 Stanford University graduate and standout member of its 2015 NCAA National Champion Women’s Golf Team, will be supported by KPMG on her quest to join and succeed on the LPGA Tour.
  • Retired Partner, Frank K. Ross, Receives the NYS Society of CPA’s Inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award

    KPMG is pleased to congratulate retired partner, Frank K. Ross, CPA, of the Howard University School of Business Center for Accounting Education, who received the New York State Society of CPA’s inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award for his efforts to promote diversity within the accounting profession.
  • KPMG Names Darren Burton Vice Chair, Human Resources

    KPMG LLP, the audit, tax and advisory firm, today announced the appointment of Darren Burton to the role of vice chair, human resources. Burton succeeds Bruce Pfau, who is retiring from the vice chair role after 12 years and joining the firm’s Advisory practice in a senior consulting role.

Alumni Website 2016 Relaunch

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