No. 11 | KPMG | DiversityInc Top 50

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Going up five spots, KPMG continues to see success in employing underrepresented groups in management roles. KPMG emphasizes the role of a sponsor and the importance of having a sponsor at key career levels.


  • Latinos in Senior Leadership: 49.6% more than the Top 50
  • Employees in Resource Groups: 15.6% more than the Top 10
  • Supplier Diversity: Spent 19.8% more of total procurement with tier-1 minority-owned suppliers than the Top 50


Lynne Doughtie

Chairman and CEO

“Diversity and inclusion remain strategic priorities for KPMG and intrinsic to who we are as an organization. A diverse, inclusive culture spurs innovation and drives our growth because it attracts and empowers top talent who inspire each other – and our clients – with richer points of view to deliver real value.”

Sue Townsen

Chief Diversity Officer

“Diversity and inclusion influence everything we do — how we recruit, train, and grow our people, serve clients, engage in corporate citizenship, invest, and build public trust. We are committed to building a pipeline of diverse, next-generation leaders for our organization and the broader marketplace in the years ahead.”


U.S. Headquarters: New York, N.Y.

Global Employees: 188,982

Last Year’s DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking • No. 16

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• No. 4 Diversity Councils
• No. 4 Executive Women
• No. 5 Mentoring
• No. 10 Employee Resource Groups
• No. 10 Supplier Diversity
• Global Diversity
• LGBT Employees