This is a thought leadership article by Rob Dutkiewicz, President of PrimeGlobal North American member firm Clayton & McKervey which discusses the importance of International Women's Day.
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In honor of International Women’s Day, I’d like to take a moment to recognize the talented women who have helped build our outstanding reputation within the business community – both here and abroad. I am proud that half of Clayton & McKervey’s owners are women. And, what an impressive group of leaders they are; shaping our future and the next generation of professionals, leading significant parts of the firm, serving clients with top notch service, growing the practice, and providing thought leadership in key areas of the profession. I am very fortunate to have them as my partners. Less than 10% of our peers can boast this ratio of women owners. Furthermore, our next generation of females gives me a great sense of pride and comfort as to our future.
We have created a culture of advancing people on their own accomplishments and I am proud to work with professionals who bring unique perspectives, value, and dedication to our firm each and every day. Our diverse team and culture is the cornerstone of what makes us thrive and our culture of inclusion is the foundation for our strong relationships with each other, our clients, and the community. In embracing each of our individually unique gifts and perspectives, we positively impact those we serve…whether they are right next door or across the globe.
Clayton & McKervey PC
Headquartered near the international border of the U.S. and Canada, Clayton & McKervey is a Detroit-based, full-service accounting and business advisory firm focused on global business. The firm’s clientele includes closely held, middle-market, growth-oriented companies. Since 1953, Clayton & McKervey has created a strong reputation, both domestically and internationally, with four types of clients, U.S. entities with operations in other countries, foreign entities expanding to the U.S., businesses with international growth plans and clients in need of transfer pricing service.Learn more