My road in life has been direct.
Getting turned down for an internship with KPMG. I was taught an important lesson in being authentic in an interview. I brushed off the rejection, and came back and interviewed again in the fall.
Traveling all over the U.S. and overseas with KPMG. It was incredible to be able to use my experiences at KPMG to see so much of the world around us.
Becoming a working parent. That taught me a tremendous amount about being careful with my time to make sure that my family and my colleagues received a balanced amount of my time.
Making partner. I joined an incredible network of owners and entrepreneurs who are on the cutting edge of solving business and technology issues.
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High School
The George Washington University


Partner-in-Charge, Federal Gov't Audit Practice

I lead 400+ partners and employees who are working to promote transparency and accountability in the US Gov't.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Working with Others

Day to Day

I am part of helping achieve major project outcomes—either for my clients, for my firm, or for my practice. I work every day with different teams of talented leaders and professionals on moving forward on action items against these major projects. We debate problems and potential solutions, spend time evaluating root causes when issues are identified, and work hard to develop outcomes that will last long into the future.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for college students

Decide what types of clients you'd like to audit (i.e., identify one to two industries that interest you). Ask your professors for introductions, or network through your career center or student organizations, such as Beta Alpha Psi.

Recommended Education

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The Noise I Shed

From Society in General:

"Working with the government isn’t challenging and won’t make a difference."