Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
BrownWinick is committed to promoting a culturally aware, supportive environment both within our Firm and our community. BrownWinick recognizes that differences in age, gender, race, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, culture, education, socioeconomic status, mental or physical ability, marital and parental status, thinking style, and background bring richness to our work environment and are integral to the success of our colleagues, business partners, and clients. We strive to create and maintain a working culture where diversity and inclusivity, access, and equity are embraced. Through such efforts as recruitment, development, education, and retention, the Firm endeavors to cultivate an atmosphere where all will feel engaged and welcomed to participate in open discussions, which will in turn make the Firm and our community, as a whole, stronger and more dynamic.
BrownWinick recently partnered with the Greater Des Moines Partnership to host a half-day seminar for individuals participating in the Partnership’s new
BrownWinick is thrilled to partner with the Starts Right Here Movement which provides support and mentorship for at-risk youth in the metro area. Our Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Working Group has been dedicating time ...
By: Danielle Smid06-22-2022
It is not always clear what rights you have in the workplace as an employee. This task becomes more challenging when your rights have been a topic of controversy in the media. To provide clarity on this matter, we have provided explanations for the workplace rights transgender people have in Iowa.
In collaboration with RSM US LLP, BrownWinick recently co-hosted a community Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion event bringing together several companies from the Des Moines metro area to discuss LGBTQ+ awareness and general DEI best practices in the workplace. The event was a great success, with attendees expressing a strong interest to ...
By: Jackson O'Brien03-22-2022
Immigrants face many unique challenges in American society. Despite being a country comprised primarily of the descendants of immigrants, persons arriving in the United States to start a new life often find that there are many barriers to their success. Some obstacles may be inherent in moving to a new country, but others often serve to marginalize ...
As many are aware, the month of February serves as Black History Month. This annual celebration, also known as African American History Month, observes the achievements of African Americans and recognizes their central role in our country’s history. Since 1976, every United States president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. Today, ...
BrownWinick recently concluded its participation in United Way of Central Iowa’s 21-Day Equity Challenge. The Challenge, which took place from October 5 to November 2, served as a self-guided program in which participants were encouraged to engage in group discussion, explore ways to take action, and launch a lifelong commitment to improving equity and inclusion in ...
By: Danielle Smid08-27-2020
Diversity and inclusion in the workplace are vital to the success of every business. Diversity and inclusion is a company’s mission, strategies, and practices to support a diverse workplace where individuals from all ...