2022 DC/Tysons Community Impact Annual Report

Together. For Better.

Annual Report Summary

Together. For Better. Two of our core values in action. Connecting our community efforts and the culture that we have at the firm is one of the really important things we do in this region.


 


As I reflect on the last year, I’m extremely proud of our commitment to the greater Washington community. We provided robust support to local nonprofits through our time and talents as demonstrated in this annual report.

- Tim Gillis

Office Managing Partner, Washington DC Metro – Partner, Tax  

A message from Tim

   

Fiscal Timeline 

FY22 Community Impact Donations and Sponsorships

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125th Anniversary Community Impact Day

We celebrated KPMG's 125th anniversary on August 2nd with a Community Impact Day, where our partners and professionals participated in volunteer activities and special events across the country. Our 90 offices throughout the U.S. identified 450 local non-profits to support the anniversary celebration.

    

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KPMG DC/Tyson Community Impact Day

To celebrate KPMG’s 125th Anniversary, we had a firm-wide Community Impact Day. Together. For Better.

    


“KPMG is so big, every day I come across new people and discover new services we offer. That’s why events like the 125th CI are so special. They bring us together and create a sense of KPMG community around our common values. I really enjoyed seeing colleagues from all different lines of business meet and form connections around a cause they were passionate about.”

- Milly Onslow

    


“I really enjoyed volunteering for Junior Achievement of Greater Washington as part of Community Impact Day this year. Not only was the work fun and rewarding, but it was great to get out from behind my computer screen and connect with my teammates and other KPMG folks! I look forward to being a Team Captain again!”

- Adam Wise

    


“My favorite experience as a team captain on Community Impact day, aside from being part of the tremendous success in celebrating the firm’s legacy, was connecting with colleagues of all levels from various practices to achieve a common goal. I'm thankful to have been a part of this huge milestone and to celebrate the success of our firm while strengthening our community.”

- Sean Nguyen

    

   

Nonprofit Partnership Spotlight

   

   

At KPMG we believe that small actions can lead to huge impact. Our work with the National MS Society provides us with multiple opportunities to unite for a powerful cause so that people living with MS can live their best lives. In 2013, KPMG was inducted into National MS Society’s Circle of Distinction for raising more than $4.6 million over the last decade. In 2022, our DC/Tysons KPMG team raised over $27,000 for the MS Bike Nation’s Capital Ride.


“I believe that our partnership with KPMG is truly a collaborative authentic community alliance in which the financial support and rich engagement help to advance the mission of the National MS Society and the social impact objectives of KPMG.  The National MS Society has real champions on the KPMG team with whom we work year-round to grow and deepen our relationship year over year.”

- Chartese Barry, President, National MS Society

    


“Over 3 million people globally, of which 1 million are in the US, have Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a disease affecting the central nervous system that results in unpredictable symptoms from numbness to paralysis.  With those facts in mind and a lifelong goal to help others achieve their best lives, I jumped at the chance to lead our KPMG DC area partnership with and be a board trustee of the MS Society.  The partnership KPMG has with the MS Society has given me, my family, colleagues, and friends an opportunity to come together at walks, bike rides, and other events to support those with MS, while building a common bond with others in the community to work together for better.”     

- Dirk Gifford, Partner, National MS Society Board of Directors

FY22 DC/Tysons Community Impact Grants :

The KPMG Community Impact Grants program will recognize and empower KPMG employees who live our values and make a difference in their communities by supporting the nonprofit organizations that are important to them. Community Impact Grants are funded by the KPMG U.S. Foundation Inc. to organizations nominated by our employees.

 
Nonprofit Organization Name
Amazing Families Foundation, Inc. Joseph Bartling
American Studies Center Nancy Phllips
Animal Welfare League Julia Skinner
Asian American LEAD Robert Sohn
Bullies 2 The Rescue Morgan Buchanan
Calvary Women's Services Susannah Kiehl
Canyon County Discovery Center Jenifer Williams
Childrens National Hospital Foundation Colin Winchester
Cornerstone Community Housing, Inc. Johnny Ramsey
Food Bank of Delaware Scott Shaughnessy
FRESHFARM Daniel Rodden
Hamiltonian Artists Kisha Rusek
Horton's Kids, Inc. Makia Robertson
Insight on the Inside, Inc. Sheryl Stratton
Jordan's Way Foundation Olivia Brown
Karen Dale Foundation Andrea Ford
La Clinica Del Pueblo Fernando Gutierrez-Sol
Latinas Leading Tomorrow Gerson Elias Alvarado
Leadership Fairfax Devan Strebig
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Caitlin Henry
Life Pieces to Masterpieces Haley Gray
Loudoun Aces Baseball Club Tymothy Kaywork
MedStar-Georgetown Medical Center, Inc. Cory Feldman
Military Bowl Foundation Erin Brady
National CASA/GAL Association for Children Andrea Rubio
National Links Trust Andrew Simmons
National Multiple Sclerosis Society Joseph Branch
Northwest Arkansas Equality, Inc. Jafet Malave
Raices Cyber Sandra Pinto-Vera
Rainbow Place Shelter for Homeless Women David Chung
Samba Boyz Hasan Ghaleb
Semper Fi & America's Fund Thomas Eggerling
Serve Veterans Corp. Tony Lou
Shenandoah National Park Trust Trail Farley
Small Things Matter Nora Wheeler
SMYAL Keith Hooper
Sprout Therapeutic Riding and Education Center Erica Harte
Strathmore Bel Pre Swim Team Association Denise Reyes
The Animal Haven Carly Whitmer
The Conference for Asian Pacific American Leadership Nisha Kurani
The READ Center Maxwell Duncan
Three Roots International Lauren Cress
Togo Kids Hope Gnoemiwoe Amouzou
Whitman-Walker Health Amelia Frye
Women Business Collaborative Stephanie Gore
Woodgrove Music And Arts Association Laura Schneiders

FY22 NPO Board Services: 

Nonprofit board service is a triple win for the community, the professional, and the firm. Thank you to all of our Partner and Managing Directors who serve on nonprofit boards or committees.

Nonprofit Organization Name Position
Ford's Theatre / St. Bonaventure University Steven G. Barry Partner, Audit
The First Tee DC / Lehigh University Accounting Department Daniel D. Basca Partner, Tax
Don Bosco Cristo Rey Eric M. Boehk Partner, Audit
The Creative School Ronald J. Bozant Managing Director, Audit
The Fishing School / Victory Youth Center Erik M. Causey Partner, Federal Audit
ISACA Greater Washington, D.C. Chapter Nirali Chawla Managing Director, Advisory
Global Policy Exchange Elizabeth Coffin Principal in Charge, Government Affairs and Public Policy
The Washington Chorus Taylor Cortright Managing Director, Tax, WNT
Venture Philanthropy Partners Manal Corwin Partner, Tax, WNT
SOME / Women Corporate Directors: DC Chapter Julia F. Cullen Partner, Audit
Georgetown Visitation Prepartory School Maureen Davenport Principal, BPG
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, National Capitol Chapter / The John S. Mulholland Family Foundation / Virginia Tech Accounting Information Systems Advisory Board / Virginia Tech Student Affairs Alumni Advisory Board Kimberly Davis-Riffe Partner, Advisory
Community Tax Aid Harley T. Duncan Managing Director, Tax, WNT
National PKU Alliance / National PKU News Jerry L. Elkins II Partner, Audit
Cornerstone Montgomery Erkan Erdem Principal, Tax
C&O Canal Trust Sherif R. Ettefa Partner, Federal Audit
PACT, Inc. / iDE Mark Fitzgerald Principal, Tax- DEO
VSCPA Educational Foundation / Western Fairfax Christian Ministries Heather K. Flanagan Partner, Audit
Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals Cherie Gartner Principal, Advisory
American Hotel & Lodging Association Thomas A. Gerth Partner, Audit
National MS Society Dirk Gifford Managing Director, Tax
The Kennedy Center / Washington Nationals Philanthropies Timothy H. Gillis Office Managing Partner, DC Metro
Alzheimer's Association- National Capital Region James Gould Partner, Audit
Junior Achievement of Greater Washington Jimmy Hauer Partner, Federal Audit
Melwood / Autism Speaks National Capital Area Sean Hoffman Partner, Advisory
Asian American Bar Association of New York Jeff Ikejiri Principal, Tax
Board of Pharmacy Larry Kacot Principal, Advisory
United Way of the National Capital Area / Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts Tracy K. Kenny Partner, Audit
Big Brothers Big Sisters Hakeem A. Khwaja Partner, Audit
Calvary Women's Service / Alzheimer’s Association Susannah M. Kiehl Managing Director, Federal Audit
Aspire! After School Richard Knight Partner, Advisory
AIESEC US / Comfort Cases Andrew C. Lewis Partner, Federal Audit
Community Hope / Tulane University Business School Council Lisa Madden Vice Chair, Risk Management
International Center for Not-for-Profit Law Ruth Madrigal Principal, Tax
Salvation Army of the National Capital Area Mark A. McFaddin Partner, Risk Management
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington Suzanne McLaughlin Partner, Audit
DC Youth Orchestra Program Armando Mieles Partner, Federal Audit
StepAfrika! Christopher Montgomery Managing Director, Advisory
Living Classrooms / Martha's Table / The Uplift Foundation James Moore Principal, Tax
Girl Scouts of the Nation's Capital Jodi Morton Chief Data Officer, Nexus Executive
ATI Kim Myers Managing Director, Advisory
Northern Virginia Science Center Corbin Neiberline Partner, Federal Audit
Burgundy Farm Country Day School Jeffrey J. Norris Partner, Audit
Georgetown University McDonough School J. Preston Parker Principal, Advisory
Tysons Partnership Pramit J. Patel Partner, Audit
National Cherry Blossom Festival L. Allen Perraud Managing Director, Audit
Old Takoma Business Association Preston Quesenberry Managing Drector, Tax
Shakespeare Theatre Michelle Quest UK-US Corridor- Lead
Boy Scouts of the National Capital Area Eric W. Rasmussen Partner, Federal Audit
Young Playwrights Theater / N Street Village Lisa D. Rawls Principal, Advisory
DC College Access Program Nikki Reid Partner, Advisory
Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic Kristen Salmon Managing Director, Tax
Junior Achievement of Greater Washington / Northern Virginia Technology Council / University of Delaware- Hillel /  University of Delaware- Accounting & MIS Department Matthew T. Schwartz Partner, Advisory
Rescuedog Org Jonathan Seastrom Principal, Advisory
STEM for Her Elizabeth M. Seegers Principal, Risk Management
Community Tax Law Project Mary I. Slonina Managing Director, Tax, WNT
Southern Federal Tax Institute James B. Sowell Principal, Tax, WNT
Thanks USA / Browne Academy / Alfred University Patricia M. St. George Partner, Federal Advisory
Sarah's Circle Darien Thall Managing Director, Federal Audit
Bread for the City / Greater Washington Society of CPAs Derek W. Thomas Partner, Audit
Community Business Partnership / George Mason University Foundation Robin Valentine Partner, Audit
Navy Mutual Aid Insurance Michael C. Vitale Managing Director, Advisory
Virginia Tech Accounting and Information Systems Department Michelle Welck Partner, Tax
March of Dimes Richard T. Wheeler III Partner, Audit
Global Impact / Board for Center for Disaster Philanthropy Anita V. Whitehead Principal, Tax- DEO
American Heart Association Mid-Atlantic Area Caroline J. Whittington Partner, Tax
Canyon County Discovery Center Jenifer Williams Managing Director, Advisory

2022 KPMG WPGA

Launched last year at the 2021 KPMG Women's PGA Championship in Atlanta, the Birdies for Books program provided 13,750 books to Atlanta-area schools. During our 2022 KPMG WPGA, for every birdie made during the tournament's four rounds, KPMG donated 10 books to underserved school districts in the Washington, D.C. area, benefitting our KPMG Family for Literacy (KFFL) program. The mission of KFFL is to eradicate childhood illiteracy by putting new books and educational resources into the hands of children in need and developing the next generation of young leaders through reading. Annually we support 18 Title 1 schools and serve almost 10,000 kids in the DMV area.

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Tim Gillis

Tim Gillis

Office Managing Partner, Washington DC Metro – Partner, Tax, KPMG US

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Partner, Federal Audit, KPMG US

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Devan Strebig

Devan Strebig

Sr Associate, Community Impact, OMP - Wash DC, KPMG US

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