Menlo Park, CA (United States)
Number of Employees
Our more than 4,500 people serve clients through the network of Protiviti and independently owned Member Firms in more than 70 offices in over 20 countries. We have served over 60% of FORTUNE 1000® companies and 35% of FORTUNE Global 500® companies. Our people and organization have consistently been recognized by FORTUNE and Consulting Magazine as a best company to work for.
Highlights from Protiviti
Meet a Fairygodboss at Protiviti
EVP, Global Diversity and Inclusion
Susan Haseley is a Protiviti executive vice president and leader of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion initiative. Haseley has more than 30 years of experience in providing risk and technology consulting and internal audit services. She has been with the firm since its inception in 2002 and continues to serve as Protiviti’s Dallas market leader.
Prior to joining Protiviti, Haseley spent seven years with Arthur Andersen as a partner in its Risk Consulting practice, responsible for directing technology risk consulting and outsourced internal audit services. Earlier in her career, she held industry positions as vice president of IT Audit for a large insurance organization and a system analyst implementing financial systems for a large aerospace company.
Haseley earned a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Dallas and a bachelor’s degree in information systems from Ohio University. She holds the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and the Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications and is trained as a Six Sigma Green Belt. Consulting magazine named Haseley to its 2016 list of Women Leaders in Consulting.
Haseley is a member of several professional organizations, including The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) where she serves on the International IT Guidance Committee; Information Systems Audit and Control Association (lSACA); and the Association of Healthcare Internal Auditors (AHIA). She also serves on the board of the Dallas chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). She is active in community service through various organizations including the National Charity League and the Dallas chapter of Junior Achievement.
Meet a Fairygodboss at Protiviti
EVP, Global Finance & Operations
New York, NY
Barbara Rothenstein is executive vice president for global finance and operations. A founding member of Protiviti, Rothenstein is responsible for the operational areas of finance, technology, business processes, acquisition integration, and the management of the firm’s office operations and real estate around the world. She also leads Protiviti’s global sustainability initiative and serves on the firm’s diversity and inclusion steering committee.
Based in Protiviti’s New York office, Rothenstein joined Protiviti from Arthur Andersen. She holds an MBA from New York University and a BA and MA in comparative literature from Northwestern University and University of Chicago, respectively. She is a CPA and certified Project Management Professional. In 2013, Rothenstein was recognized by Consultingmagazine as one of the Women Leaders in Consulting. She has served on the board of Girls Inc. Westchester (NY) and currently volunteers as a member of its finance committee. Girls Inc. Westchester is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing girls-only programs to inspire girls to grow up Strong, Smart and Bold.
What Women Should Know about Working At Protiviti
We believe embracing diversity and inclusion are the right and responsible things to do, and we also know they are vital to our success. Broadening our capabilities by tapping into diverse backgrounds and experiences is how we can best serve our clients. As a global organization, we need a global team of professionals, each bringing unique perspectives to bear for our clients.
Our Diversity and Inclusion initiatives are designed to attract, develop, and retain the most talented professionals in the market regardless of race, gender, age, sexual orientation or any other dimension of diversity. Each of us has a different experience to contribute to our company and to our clients. It is the breadth of these experiences, and how they all work together, that makes us succeed.
Our Diversity & Inclusion Steering Committee provides strategic direction and support to our employees in their grass-roots efforts. The steering committee is comprised of Managing Directors from around the globe as well as key leaders in HR. The steering committee is gender-balanced and includes representatives from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, reflecting the blend of our broader workforce.
Our Diversity Champions Network is a diverse spectrum of individuals from different offices, bringing together employees from across solutions and career levels to design and implement diversity programming. Serving as change agents, these individuals connect people on a local level to the bigger strategy – through events, educational programming, and Employee Network Groups.
- Employee Network Groups are local, grass-roots groups that organize both in-person and online to focus on promoting diversity initiatives within the company. While the activities in these groups are driven by employees, they are supported by leadership and provide our employees an “Opportunity to Have an Impact” as promised in our People Promises.
- iGROWW – Protiviti’s Unified Internal Women’s Network Group (Initiative for Growth and Retention of Women at Work). iGROWW has a strong voluntary membership that tackles women’s professional issues through various forums and facilitates networking events and community service activities.
- ProPride – Protiviti’s LGBTA Group. ProPride members meet regularly in local and national forums and also regularly publish a full newsletter to communicate on a variety of relevant news and topics such as tips for an inclusive workforce and advice for all employees
- U.S. Veterans Networking Group – This group helps to re-engage individuals with the workforce after service to our country. This group includes members at all levels, both veterans and non-veterans, and assists our recruiting team with finding veterans to bring into the firm. The Veterans also works to keep the importance of our veterans to our company top of mind.
- Protiviti Parents Network – This group focus on the blend of work and family for new and experienced parents. Meeting regularly in local groups to empower working parents to share successes, exchange information, support transitions and tackle challenges together.
Protiviti, a wholly owned subsidiary of Robert Half International, believes in building a diverse base of employees, clients, job candidates and suppliers that strengthens our position as a market leader. We are committed to developing successful relationships with minority-, woman-, veteran- and disabled veteran-owned businesses to meet the needs of our customers.