Program Overview



KPMG & Condoleezza Rice developing future generations of women leaders

Launched in 2016, the KPMG Future Leaders Program is a charitable initiative focused on developing future generations of women leaders. Dr. Condoleezza Rice, the 66th U.S. Secretary of State, serves as the program ambassador. Funded by net proceeds from the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit, the KPMG Future Leaders Program annually awards twenty top female high school seniors the opportunity to enhance their personal growth through college scholarships, a leadership development retreat at Stanford University, mentorship, and an introduction to golf. The program’s main purpose is to help these young women continue to build a strong foundation and instill the confidence and leadership ability they need to succeed in college and ultimately in their long-term careers.

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Applications are now closed for 2019.
New applications for the 2020 KPMG Future Leaders Program will be released in Fall of 2019.

Future Leader Spotlight



Shun Lei Sin

KPMG Future Leader, 2016 Class
University of California, Berkeley
 

Major: Business Administration

College Life: Shun Lei is a member of the executive team for the non-profit Destine for X, which helps high school students develop skills in areas such as entrepreneurship and STEAM.

What’s Next: Shun Lei will be interning with Wells Fargo Securities as an analyst on the Technology Investment Banking team.

Leadership Lesson: “The importance of having a sense of purpose in whatever you do or plan.” –Shun Lei Sin

Program Highlights



Highlights from the 2018 KPMG Future Leaders Retreat

 

A look back at the 2018 KPMG Future Leaders Retreat at Stanford University.

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2018 KPMG Future Leader Spotlights

 

 

Funded by proceeds from the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit, the KPMG Future Leaders Program affords top female high school seniors across the country the opportunity to enhance their personal growth through college scholarships, a leadership development retreat at Stanford University, a mentoring relationship with a woman business leader, and an introduction to golf.

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