Activating our people

2018 Citizenship Report





We focus on advancing inclusion to drive innovation.


Our people are our greatest asset

At KPMG, our people and their different perspectives enable us to make a tangible difference in all that we do. They help drive an inclusive culture and better position us to adapt, grow and thrive in a changing business environment. 

We know that creating an inclusive culture requires more than a stated commitment. We must set clear strategies and create actions designed to attract, hire, and retain diverse talent. We must ensure they are upheld by everyone throughout the firm. And we must equip people with the tools, resources, and pathways to grow their careers responsibly while supporting each other – and our communities – through our individual journeys. Activating our people is an intrinsic part of who we are and the future we imagine – for our people and the communities, we are a part of.


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Our impact


of employees say KPMG is a great place to work 



of partners support inclusion and diversity in the workplace



of employees say they are treated with dignity and respect



Half of partners and employees participate in Diversity Business Resource Groups - a 6% growth in membership from 2017-2018








This is who we are

The African American Network hosted 200 children from the Boys & Girls Club chapter of Central Orlando at their leadership summit. What happened next left a big impression.


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Responsible leadership begins with purpose

For Milford McGuirt, his father made sure he understood the importance of education. Now he’s making sure others do too.

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Awards and rankings

#36: Fortune's Best Companies to 
Work for

 #9: Diversity Inc Top 50 Companies for Diversity

Working Mothers 2019, 50 Best Companies for Multicultural Women    

Our highlights

KPMG and Special Olympics sponsorship

“I feel forever changed for being part of something so incredible.” KPMG was a proud Gold Medal Partner and Corporate Golf sponsor at the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games with volunteers flying from across the country on their own dollars to participate in the event.

KPMG Voices: Kevin Sheehan

KPMG Supports Cancer Awareness Month – KPMG national partner champion for the American Cancer Society Kevin Sheehan shares how his life changed when he received a Stage IV cancer diagnosis and how he’s giving back.


KPMG Voices: Jill Ronda

#KPMGHasHeart – KPMG Executive Director Jill Ronda took action to raise awareness and funds for the American Heart Association in Northern New Jersey. 


Looking ahead

Talking Inclusion

We will continue to expand our efforts to raise awareness about how to better understand and appreciate our differences through a video series titled Talking Inclusion. Through the series, we will shine a spotlight on what are often difficult conversations about our experiences and assumptions – and create a forum for people to have constructive dialogue on inclusion.