Ernst & Young LLP (EY), a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, presented the Army Historical Foundation (AHF) with a check for $20,000 in a presentation at the Museum on February 27th.
Katherine Hammack, Executive Director, Government and Public Sector, Ernst & Young LLP, said, “The National Museum of the United States Army has been in the works for many years. Due to the hard work of focused individuals, it is finally taking shape.”
“The support of key industry leaders in the National Capital Region, such as EY, is an important part of the Museum Campaign,” noted General Gordon R. Sullivan (USA-Ret.), AHF’s Chairman. “As we move closer to the Museum’s opening in 2020, we continue to depend upon and be grateful for the contributions of our friends and neighbors and look forward to maintaining these relationships into the future.”
Ms. Hammack concluded, “EY is proud to support the Museum in the community where we live and work. That is one of the ways our firm and our people demonstrate EY’s values. We encourage engagement in the community, including volunteerism and charitable contributions, by all of our people.”