DHG Poaches Someone From KPMG and Issues a Press Release, Part II

Danielle Cimato

You gotta hand it to Dixon Hughes Goodman. I don’t know what they’re offering—decent compensation packages, a big enough commitment to work-life balance that it moves people to tears, a perk better than Omaha Steaks—but they sure have been landing a lot of ex-Big 4 lately, including former KPMGers.

While it’s not a glitzy hire like a new partner or principal, DHG did snag Danielle Cimato recently from the Radio Station to be its new chief marketing officer:

Danielle will lead DHG’s marketing strategy, including a dedicated team of accomplished marketing professionals. Prior to joining DHG, she was the Digital Engagement Lead for the advisory practice at a global public accounting and advisory firm focusing on web and digital advertising strategies. At the same firm, she also served on the financial services industry marketing team, leading national marketing for the banking and capital markets practice. She was also Director of Global Marketing and Branding at the New York Stock Exchange where she developed marketing and visibility strategies that contributed to the initial public offerings (IPOs) of major Fortune 500 and emerging companies.

Cimato worked at KPMG for about six years, in various marketing roles, according to her LinkedIn profile.

[Dixon Hughes Goodman]

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