• A Note From Cathy Moy, Chief People Officer

A Note From Cathy Moy, Chief People Officer


We believe a diverse workforce makes our firm – and the world around us – stronger. We also believe that combining the ideas and opinions of people from different backgrounds and experiences has a positive effect on our business as well as our personal growth. At BDO, exceptional client service begins and ends with exceptional regard for our people. That’s why we don’t just hire individuals with skills and talent; we provide them with the environment and mentorship they need to grow as professionals and make significant contributions at all levels of their careers.

Our firm is deeply committed to fostering diversity and inclusion because it’s better for our people – and for our business. And we’re proud to be recognized for our efforts. For the past six years, BDO was identified among the 100 Best Companies by Working Mother magazine for our efforts to create a workplace culture focused around our employees. We’re also proud to have been named one of the Top Companies for Executive Women by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE), and a founding supporter of the 30% Club, a group of U.S. Chairs and CEOs committed to achieving better gender balance at all levels of their organizations.

BDO’s core purpose is helping people thrive every day. We know that when we help our employees, our clients, and our communities succeed, we will succeed as well – both individually and as a collective firm. Because at its core, our business isn’t just about numbers or spreadsheets, dollars or cents. It’s about people working with, for and in service of others.

On this website, you’ll discover just some of the ways BDO is fostering a culture that encourages diverse voices and empowers our professionals, every day. You’ll also meet some of the talented professionals who are helping us make it happen.

Warm regards,

Cathy Moy
Chief People Officer, BDO