Kim Yee

Yee, Kim

Job Title: Advisory - Business Risk Services Senior Associates
Company: Grant Thornton LLP
Industry: High Technology, Telecommunications, Manufacturing


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Job Description

As an Business Risk Services Senior Associate, I manage the day to day activities in managing my staff, interacting with the client, holding walkthroughs, reviewing testing, and compiling the final report. I work on engagements that handle Consulting, Business Process Controls, Service Organization Controls (SOC), Sarbanes Oxley Compliance, and IT Assurance.  These engagements have been primarily in the high technology, telecommunications, and manufacturing industries.  

Within my last year as a senior, I am falling into more of a project management role in preparation to become a manager. Such duties include staffing, budgeting, and new client proposals/prospecting

Company Description

Founded in Chicago in 1924, Grant Thornton LLP (Grant Thornton) is the U.S. member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, one of the world's leading organizations of independent audit, tax and advisory firms.  The firm operates 54 offices across the United States with more than 500 partners and 6,000 employees.

Grant Thornton serves a broad range of clients, including publicly and privately held companies, governmental agencies, financial institutions, and civic and religious organizations.  Core industry focuses include consumer and industrial products; financial services; not-for-profit; private equity and technology.  The firm focuses on serving dynamic organizations that pursue growth holistically - whether through revenue improvement, leadership, mission fulfillment or innovation.

Employment History

October 2012 - present.

Education

Seattle University, Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, majors in Accounting and International Business

Mentoring Objectives & Scope

I consider myself to be pretty laid back and want to be able to provide Mentees with answers to questions they might be uncomfortable asking professionals in more formal settings.  I plan to take Mentees on an office tour, introduce them to other professionals, help with resumes, or anything else they feel they need advice on.

Although I am the Mentor, I want my Mentees to take the driver's seat on what they want to gain out of this experience.

When and where do you hold meetings with your students?

I prefer to meet on or around the Seattle University campus as well as Downtown Seattle. Lunchtime is preferred, but evenings can be planned as well.

Additional Information

Come curious and be prepared