Crowe celebrates Women's History Month and honors those who have shaped our history and future.

Crowe Recruiting
| 3/1/2018
March is Women's History Month, an annual celebration of the contributions of women in history, culture and contemporary society. This year's theme of "Nevertheless She Persisted" honors women who have shaped our history and our future through their commitment to ending discrimination against women and girls. Crowe’s Erika Del Giudice (Chicago) is one of those women. Through her board role and volunteer efforts with Girls in the Game, Erika promotes its mission to help girls find their voice, discover their strengths and lead with confidence. “I was intrigued by the fact that Girls in the Game focuses on the entire well-being of girls – their opportunities for leadership and self-esteem, how to build courage for things they might not otherwise do and even how to make nutritious meal choices,” shared Erika. Erika has volunteered with the organization for four years, supporting girls in elementary school through high school. Erika volunteers at Game Days, helping the girls execute new sporting skills. She also participates in leader-to-leader interviews where girls get to know organizations like Crowe and the career opportunities available and she is also involved in planning Girls in the Game’s annual gala.

In honor of Women’s History Month, Crowe celebrates Erika and those across the firm like her who are helping to grow and develop women of all ages. Crowe is committed to supporting women across the firm year-round through our Women Leading @ Crowe (WL@C) programming. WL@C addresses the changing needs of women with three tiers of programming – Inspire, Grow and Connect. All women are invited to take part in quarterly Connect programs that address various topics relevant in the workplace, including leadership development, resilience, networking, market leadership and coaching conversations.