It’s inclusive at Grant Thornton
When considering new job opportunities, I knew I wanted to work at a company with a culture that felt safe, and where I could be an ally and myself. The last place I expected to find all that was at a professional services firm — but Grant Thornton showed me it was possible.
I’m an active ally
As an ally to the LGBTQ+ community and other underrepresented groups, it’s important for me to find opportunities where I'm actually making a difference. Participating in Grant Thornton's business resource groups (BRGs) is the perfect way for me to take my allyship above and beyond.
“Once I realized people aren’t pretending to enjoy who I am — they actually do — I’ve never regretted being authentic. I’ve only been rewarded by being myself.”
— James Bounous
Senior Associate, Audit Services
I feel safe
Difficult situations and hard conversations happen at any workplace. Even though Grant Thornton has thousands of colleagues, my office feels like a tight-knit community where you can speak your mind. Everyone's committed to a culture of psychological and emotional safety, and I know I can go to leaders in my Salt Lake City office to be heard — because they care about my happiness and safety.
I can be my authentic self
Work doesn’t have to be a cold professional setting. From my first conversation with local leadership, I felt comfortable, and when I come into the office, people seem genuinely happy to see me. Everyone is down to connect and make jokes — and because of that, I'm willing to open up and be vulnerable.
of the skiing. I’ve always lived in Utah and my grandpa, Junior, is a renowned skier. Skiing has always been part of my life; now, I’m teaching my four-year-old daughter, Rory, how to ski.
at age 30, I lost my ability to sing professionally. Videography became a new creative outlet for me. Now, I help create videos for Equality GT, the firm’s LGBTQ+ and allies BRG.
to know that I used to perform in professional musical theatre. Both my parents teach singing as a career, so my entire family was trained from a young age.
my quirks and obsessions like “RuPaul’s Drag Race" and “Star Wars” — and I’m always willing to talk about them. I try to stay open with the hope that others will feel safe to be themselves, too.
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