BPM Hires Tiffany Huey as Senior Manager of ESG Practice

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Tiffany Huey has been added as a Senior Manager to BPM LLP's Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practice. She will be working alongside Su Rim, Assurance Senior Manager, and Kristi Staley, Business Development and Partnerships Director, to lead the newly launched ESG practice at the firm. BPM LLP is one of the 40 largest public accounting and advisory firms in the country.

“We are thrilled to welcome Tiffany to our ESG team,” said Staley. “She brings a wealth of experience, leadership, and passion that we are confident will help our Firm and our clients maximise the impact of ESG initiatives.”

Tiffany Huey brings over a decade of experience in impact-related advisory services to BPM LLP's ESG practice. She has worked with nonprofits on community development, education, and mission-driven businesses. She has also done ESG consulting.

She has a track record of successfully building programmes and businesses from the ground up. Huey works with companies in many different fields to lead inclusive stakeholder engagement and make "people-first" strategies that help both employees and society as a whole.

Her experience in ESG includes conducting materiality assessments, strategy development, and reporting. In her materiality assessments, she partners with executives and other key leaders and decision-makers to create cohesive strategies that bring specific value to each client and meet their specific needs.

“I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to incorporate environmental sustainability and social responsibility into our clients’ organisations since caring for our communities is core to BPM’s values,” said Huey. “We are well-positioned to integrate ESG throughout our various client service offerings and collaborate closely with partners and colleagues across the Firm, ensuring we are working toward a more inclusive and sustainable world together.”

BPM LLP's ESG practice is designed to help a wide range of clients, including middle-market and large-cap businesses, as well as large nonprofit organisations, meet their ESG-related goals. The practice leverages an inclusive team of talented professionals from the firm's Assurance and Advisory practices.

The ESG group knows a lot about where business, economic, and social issues meet, and they are dedicated to giving their clients the best service possible. They are well-equipped with the right set of skills to help clients navigate their ESG-related goals.

“We are excited about the possibilities, experience, and knowledge that Tiffany brings to our growing team,” said BPM CEO Jim Wallace. “BPM is committed to supporting both our current clients and attracting new clients who are on their ESG journeys. With our recent B Corp certification, we are acutely positioned to do so, and we look forward to our continued growth in 2023.”

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