Our Chesapeake perspectives

KPMG’s thought leaders offer their expert insights, advice, and assistance on the challenges we encounter in today’s ever changing business landscape.

David Pang

David Pang

Advisory Market Leader– Washington DC Metro, Partner, KPMG US

+1 703-286-8293

Tracy Kenny

Tracy Kenny

Partner, Audit, KPMG US

+1 703-286-8220

Darrin W. Holley

Darrin W. Holley

Partner, Tax, KPMG US

+1 703-343-2419

Lorna Stark

Lorna Stark

National Government & Public Sector Leader, KPMG US

+1 212-872-3396

Brenda Walker

Brenda Walker

Partner, Federal Advisory Leader, KPMG US

+1 703-286-8621

Andrew Lewis

Andrew Lewis

Partner, Federal Audit, KPMG US

+1 202-533-4886

Through the KPMG lens

Where some see challenges, KPMG sees opportunities. Opportunities to innovate, optimize, and build meaningful relationships throughout our communities. Our leaders offer their perspectives on exactly how our firm does this and how we continue to serve as trusted partners, meeting our client’s challenges.

What our leaders are saying

 

How Human Capital and Culture Align to Propel Performance

With Stephen Ponce, Director, Federal Transformation Delivery; Rob Cojocaru, Director, Federal Human Capital Advisory; and Lynn Gonsor, Managing Director, Strategy

Find out why human capital and culture are such integral threads to an organization’s mission, and how COVID-19 is shifting the way we recruit, develop and retain talent.

 

Stealing from birds: How designs in nature can be appropriated for human innovation 

With Chris Gauthier, Advisory

Nature is the ultimate designer. She's been at it for 3.8 billion years. Scientists and engineers are starting to recognize the opportunity in borrowing solutions from nature to take on our most difficult problems.

 

Finding what your customers really need, not patching what they already have 

With Duncan Avis, Principal, Customer Solutions

The best business solutions begin with going to the core of what’s really needed. KPMG has cultivated an approach based in examining core needs—what clients value—to create solutions that directly address challenges that are often buried under years of habit and detail.