A+J was honored to have been nominated and accepted to participate in PwC’s Fall 2023 ScopeAthon earlier this month. Their continued support makes our work of empowering a generation of informed health consumers possible!
Thank You, PwC Friends
A+J Executive Director Rebeka Acosta was paired with five employees across three PwC offices in the Southwest and Rockies area. Professionals in healthcare consulting, communications, and finance provided expert review, strategic planning, and attainable goals in just under 5 hours. Their time and talents gifted A+J Patient Advocacy over $20,000 in professional services and will ensure our continued success!
Our heartfelt thanks go out to Marie-France Hache (A+J Board Member and PwC employee), PwC Skills for Society, and our amazing ScopeAthon team:
Andrew Centellas (CA) Matthew Hill (CO) Jaemin Hyun (CA) Michael Kellenback (NV) Riley Sanders (CO)
About Skills for Society
The role of business in society is changing. As responsible business leaders, we have an obligation to lead and use the power of our people and business to help build a more secure and equitable society.
In June 2020, PwC US Chair and Senior Partner Tim Ryan shared six actions PwC would take to stand up against racism, bias and discrimination. As part of that, we launched Skills for Society, a pro bono program that leverages our greatest asset — our people’s talent — to solve one of the greatest problems our nation faces: social injustice.
Through Skills for Society, we’re giving our people paid time to use the skills and experience they bring to client work to help nonprofits digitally transform and tackle operational challenges in order to help effectively address injustice. Systemic injustice is one of the greatest challenges of our time, as such we are focused on working with organizations on equity and access in education, healthcare, economic empowerment, public safety, civic engagement and climate.
Our purpose—to build trust in society and solve important problems—is at the core of everything we do. It guides how we serve our clients, our people and the world. To help our clients build trust and deliver sustained outcomes, PwC provides professional services across two segments: Trust Solutions and Consulting Solutions. Within these segments we bring a range of capabilities to help organizations solve faster, solve more and realize more value. These capabilities include cloud and digital, deals, ESG, cybersecurity and privacy, governance/boards, risk, transformation, tax services and much more. Across our global network of nearly 328,000 professionals in 152 countries, we are committed to advancing quality in everything we do.