KPMG Foundation seeks to bring about systemic change in business and society-specifically, an increase in the diversity of ideas. That's why we invest in business education and volunteerism at all levels over the long term. It works because of a simple multiplier effect: By giving to one-one program, one person, one organization-we have an impact on many, and there's no limit to what they can do. It's a burgeoning of knowledge, a proliferating of ideas, a propagating of understanding.
The following individuals have been awarded a 2012-2013 KPMG Foundation Minority Accounting Doctoral Scholarship:
New Awards 2012-2013 Academic Year
Leslie Adah, Jackson State University
Chevonne Herring, University of Mississippi
Pablo Machado, University of Arizona
Sydnee Manley, University of Mississippi
Jerome McWilliams, University of Texas San Antonio
Rebecca Perez, University of Oregon
Wilson Rose, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Garbiel Saucedo, Virginia Tech
Assma Sawani, Florida International University
Kecia Williams Smith, Texas A&M University
Stuart Manito Smith, Georgia State University
Click here to access the 2012 KPMG Foundation Annual Report The Power of the Pipeline.