Culture, diversity and inclusion

STAR employee network group

Supporting the women of RSM

Our STAR (Stewardship. Teamwork. Advancement. Retention.) employee network group (ENG) supports the advancement and retention of women by promoting advocacy and mentorship and providing professional development for our women employees and allies. Through the STAR ENG, our employees are given the opportunity to participate in networking, business development, growth skills training and recruiting efforts at college campuses as well as experienced levels. STAR also identifies and works with high-potential, high-performing women to ensure career success and pathways to partnership.

Through STAR, members have access to mentorship, sponsorship, forums for collaboration, community service and specialized training. A couple of the premier programs include the STAR Success Series, focused on high-potential females at different stages of their careers, and the self-advocacy program, which is available to all women and allies. 

STAR members also have access to national organizations whose missions are professional development for women. RSM has been sponsoring the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Women’s Global Leadership Summit since 2015.

Women in leadership

Inclusion Starts with I: Star

In our “Inclusion Starts with I” video series, CEO Joe Adams hosts candid conversations with members of our employee network groups. In this video, he talks with the national leader and other members of the STAR group.

National ENG leader

Environmental, social and governance

We strive to be the middle market leader in sustainable business practices that drive positive futures for our clients, colleagues, communities and firm.

A culture of diversity, equity and inclusion

Thousands of personalities make up RSM. Every member of our team brings unique insights and a passion for the middle market clients we serve. Our inclusive workplace celebrates differences, while enabling our people to take ownership of their work and personal lives.