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KPMG appoints global head of inclusion and diversity

Kristine Remedios will report to Nhlamu Dlomu, global head of people and will aim to drive the inclusion and diversity agenda across the organization in 146 countries and territories

KPMG has announced the appointment of Kristine Remedios as global head of inclusion and diversity, effective April 1, 2021.

Remedios will report to Nhlamu Dlomu, global head of people and will aim to drive the inclusion and diversity agenda across the organization in 146 countries and territories.

Commenting on her new role, Remedios said: “I am incredibly excited to take on this role and carry Mary Lou’s torch.

“It’s an honor to help build on KPMG’s commitment to be an advocate for equal opportunity; engendering an inclusive culture, built on trust; with an educated, empathetic workforce.”

Prior to this appointment, she was the chief inclusion and social impact officer, KPMG in Canada.

Bill Thomas, global chairman and CEO of KPMG, said: “Inclusion and diversity are core to KPMG’s very existence—helping us build great teams with diverse views that represent the world we live in, while also encouraging us to stand up, live our values, and do what is right,” said.

“Kristine will have my full support in ensuring KPMG accelerates our Inclusion and Diversity agenda across our organization while we look to help build a fairer, more equitable society.”

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