It’s forward-focused at Grant Thornton
My expectation of professional services was that I didn’t have one. As my first job out of college, the many unknowns I faced made the future seem blurry. I worried about how I’d be able to do my job and determine my career path. With so much to learn, I figured I’d be bogged down trying to understand everything on my own. But, at Grant Thornton, I found there are people ready to help you move forward — and further.
I’m empowered to succeed
I immediately had champions who opened doors for me, walking me through issues, helping me understand complexities like compliance rules, and expressing appreciation for my work. I’ve developed valuable relationships; every day I talk with a partner who is a trusted guide for my personal and professional growth. My mentors have helped me become confident in my job and moving along the career path I created.
“Because of leaders who empowered me from the start, I’ve learned the importance of mentorship and actively help the next generation advance in their careers — and become mentors themselves.”
-- Jennifer Alzona
Senior Manager, Audit Services
I connect directly with clients
From the beginning, I’ve worked for clients in a variety of industries. I enjoy getting to know them and their businesses personally and using that knowledge to provide thorough audits and guidance in my specialty areas. My meetings are often with C-suite leaders, and I’m proud of how I’ve cultivated their trust through my work.
I have beyond-my-job support
Here, I’m in communities across geographies and interests. One is the Future Leaders & Allies business resource group. I joined to champion the next generation. As a national leader, I helped support our mentorship program, pairing members with employees at higher levels. I also captain other Grant Thornton communities — the NYC office soccer team and beach volleyball team, both of which have held championship titles.
To New York City. I love it so much. Just like NYC, I’m fast paced, so this environment is perfect for me.
Was to South Africa, where I met up with a friend from Grant Thornton and abseiled off Table Mountain.
I cook a good meal. I experiment with whatever I have in the fridge. Or I go home for a big Filipino meal at my parents’ house.
Was the one our team played in Rockefeller Center at the invitation of one of our national leaders — a charity fundraiser tournament on behalf of the NYC Football Club.
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