Meet Eve Rogers, Audit partner and Crowe lifer.

Crowe Recruiting
| 6/9/2016
Eve Rogers
Eve Rogers (Atlanta) joined Crowe's Indianapolis office in 1998 as a staff member after graduating from Ball State University. After 13 years in Indianapolis, Eve relocated to help grow our Atlanta office. Today, she's an Audit partner and manages client service and business development responsibilities. Eve also oversees recruiting and performance management for the Audit group and serves as the local office lead for Women Leading @ Crowe. This program specifically promotes networking and professional development for women through quarterly programs that address various topics relevant in the workplace.

Q. What has been the key to your professional success?
A: Flexibility, in all aspects of my life. I would equate this to our WIN3 philosophy and the three legged stool concept. The WIN³ management philosophy defines success as having a thorough understanding and being responsive to the needs of the client, the individual and the firm. The three legged stool concept provides the example of how you may lean one way for a period of time, but long-term success balances the needs of all. The flexibility afforded by the firm has been a key contributor to my being a Crowe lifer.

Q: What advice would you give to someone just starting out at Crowe?
A: Be open to learning – it's the groundwork that allows us to grow. Transferring to Atlanta and helping our office expand from 20 professionals to almost 100 is one of my proudest professional accomplishments. Remember, it's your career, make of it what you want. Don't wait until you have the title to take a leadership role. The professional I was in Indianapolis is a mere shadow of the professional that I am today. The move allowed me to learn more about myself and develop skills that have challenged me and helped me grow.

Q: What's the biggest risk you've ever taken?
A: Moving my family to Atlanta. We had planted deep roots in Indianapolis, including a large support system of family and friends to help with our daughter who played two sports and our special needs son, which grew in complexity when my two nephews lived with us while their parents served in the Middle East. Moving meant new doctors, therapists, schools, caretakers, sports clubs, trainers, etc., but our kids quickly won over our new community. While it was a huge adjustment, our family could not be happier.

Q: What do you enjoy doing outside of Crowe?
A: I love being outdoors – cycling, running, swimming, hiking, camping, boating, sailing and snorkeling. I try to set one major athletic goal each year, such as a triathlon or a half marathon, as setting a goal keeps me accountable.

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