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KPMGs Veterans Network

Since its founding in 2012, KPMG LLPs Veterans Network has grown to 16 chapters across
the country. The Networks mission is to actively support KPMGs people who have served
our nations military, help recruit veterans who want to build a career at KPMG, and provide
members with opportunities for professional development, mentoring, networking, and
community service.
Local Chapters
Atlanta

Montvale

Boston

New York

Chicago

Orange County

Columbus

Philadelphia

Dallas

Seattle

Detroit

Short Hills

Houston

Stamford

Long Island

Washington, D.C.

Advisory Board
The Veterans Network Advisory Board includes KPMG
professionals from across the firm who have a clear vision
and strong commitment to driving our diversity and inclusion
strategy. The board is committed to attracting, engaging, and
retaining talent; fostering professional growth by offering
career-enhancing opportunities; and supporting market
development through relationship-building.

KPMGs Veterans Network

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Increased Support for Active-Duty, Reserve, and NationalGuard Military


KPMGs enhanced military leave policy provides active duty military, and members of the
Reserves and National Guard, with up to 12 months of differential pay. In addition, Reservists
and Guard members can take a Military Leave of Absence when on assignment or in training,
and receive up to 12 months of differential pay.

Military Occupation Code Translator: KPMG provides a


Military Jobs Transcoder on the firms Career website
(us-jobs.kpmg.com) to make it easier for veterans and service
members to find jobs using their military job code to match them
to open positions at thefirm.
Local Career Search Assistance: KPMG recruiters provide
career assistance, including resume writing, Internet skills, and
more, to veterans in their local communities.
Representative Activities
The national Veterans Network has pledged its support for
Birdies for the Brave, a military outreach program founded by
Phil and Amy Mickelson in 2005, and supported by PGA Tour
Charities, Inc. Birdies for the Brave initiatives include:
Providing Patriots Outpost military hospitality chalets
Holding military celebrations during PGA tournaments
Leading letter-writing campaigns for the troops
Outreach and Recruiting Activities
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR):
KPMG is proud to have signed the ESGRs Statement of
Support for the Guard and Reserve, which publicly reaffirms
our commitment to protect service members reemployment
rights when returning from a period of service in the military,
including the Reserves or National Guard.
100,000 Jobs Mission: KPMG is proud to be a member
of the 100,000 Jobs Mission (100K Jobs), a private sector,
grassroots effort to promote and hire transitioning military,
veterans, and military spouses. Our participation in 100K Jobs
is part of our overall strategy to recruit those who have served
and help them develop their careers.
Hero2Hired and Veterans Affairs: Through our relationship
with these organizations, our Experienced Hire Recruiting
team reaches out to the veterans who are seeking new career
opportunities through sourcing, postings, and networking.
Wall Street Warfighters Foundation: KPMG works with
WSWFto provide career placement assistance to help veterans
transition to and prepare them for a career in the finance industry.

KPMGs Veterans Network

Distributing care packages to troops stationed abroad


Conducting fundraising events nationwide.
Local Veterans Network chapters also plan regular events to
promote networking, market development, fundraising, and
communityservice:
Members from Veterans Network chapters around the
country traveled to New York City to take part in the 2013
Veterans Day Parade, the largest such parade in the country.
The Montvale chapter has helped raise money for the
Wounded Warriors Project; Sergeant Sullivan Center (an
organization that promotes improved post-deployment
health for our returning veterans); and the Paramus, NJ
Veterans Home.

KPMG is proud to support the Employer


Support of the Guard and Reserve, and the
100,000Jobs Mission.

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The D.C. chapter pairs veterans who are new to the firm with
more seasoned KPMG professionals who are also veterans,
to help ease the newcomers transition into the firm. They
also work closely with the USO at Fort Belvoir.
The Seattle chapter participated in a student veterans
panel discussion at the University of Washington, and hosts
frequent community-service events and fundraisers to
support organizations like Friends of the VA Puget Sound
Fisher House. Chapter members also visit Fisher House
eachquarter, preparing and serving multi-course meals for
up to 40 people at once.

In Houston, chapter members created care packages for the


Care for Our Troops drive. The packages were delivered to
four units of soldiers in Afghanistan over the holiday season.
Members also organized and participated in Operation Thanks,
writing letters to service men and women overseas, and
participated in Houstons Veterans Day Parade.
Chapters across the country hold regular Jeans Days,
raising thousands of dollars that are donated to local
veterans organizations.

In Stamford, members launched Operation Thanks, which


draws on the strength of KPMGs Family for Literacy
program. Chapter members visited a local school to
distribute new books to more than 150 children, and asked
them to draw pictures and write thank-you notes to send to
wounded military at Walter Reed Army Medical Center as
well as troops overseas.
The Boston chapter hosted a holiday gift drive and a Day of
Service at a local veterans shelter. The group also participated
in the Memorial Day flag planting at Boston Common. And
amember of the chapter served as Grand Marshall for the
citys Veterans Day parade.

KPMGs Veterans Network

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Facts about Veterans


There are more than 21 million veterans in the U.S.
Nearly 4 million veterans have a service-related disability.
The percentage of veterans who are female is expected
to nearly double by 2040, to 18 percent of the
overall veteran population, according to the
VeteransAdministration.
More than 9 million veterans currently are in the workforce.

Contact us
Regina Mayor
Principal, Advisory
T: 713 319 3137
E: rmayor@kpmg.com
Leonardo Sabino
Managing Director, Advisory
T: 203 406 8470
E: lsabino@kpmg.com
Sarah Morrell
Senior Associate,
Corporate Responsibility
T: 312 665 1529
E: smorrell@kpmg.com

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