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Culture, Diversity & Inclusion
Thousands of personalities make up RSM. Every member of our team brings unique insights and a passion for the middle market companies we serve. Our inclusive workplace celebrates the differences among our talented employees, while enabling them to embrace full ownership of their work and personal lives.
We approach our commitment to a diverse workplace in several ways, including:
- Dedicated leadership for culture, diversity and inclusion (CDI)
- Investment in 11 employee network groups (ENGs)
- Support for diverse professional organizations, such as NABA, ALPFA and Ascend
- Unconscious bias and cultural dexterity education
- Diverse supplier and vendor development
Together, these strategies enable RSM to develop global leadership, integrate cultural differences, improve workforce productivity and exceed the expectations of our clients.
RSM’s leadership for culture, diversity and inclusion
RSM devotes a full-time team exclusively to our culture, diversity and inclusion efforts. Our national leader of CDI, Richard J. Caturano, is an RSM partner and on the national leadership team. He is a founding member of the National Commission on Diversity and Inclusion at the AICPA and currently serves as chair of the Commission.
Tracey Walker co-leads our CDI program, and drives inclusion efforts with RSM employees, clients and communities. She serves as chair of the Northern Virginia Urban League Board of Directors and is on the Historically Black College and Universities Council, devoting time to her passion for the advancement of youth through education. She is also a Cornell University Certified Diversity Advanced Practitioner (CCA-PD).
In addition, thousands of RSM professionals devote time to internal workforce and workplace initiatives (including participation in our 11 employee network groups), as well as marketplace and community programs, such as diverse organization partnership, corporate citizenship, supplier diversity and diverse subcontracting.