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A Message About Racial Injustice

As a people-centered firm our Values guide everything we do. We are appalled by the deaths of Ahmaud Arbury, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd and we stand with the Black community – our employees, clients and partners – in ending racial injustice. The recent acts of violence against Black individuals illustrate that the U.S. must urgently address issues of racism, inequality and violence – including police brutality and procedural injustice. We will listen, learn and act. We can and will do more.

Together WE can do great things

At North Highland, we are welcomed and appreciated for our personal capabilities, characteristics, contributions and diversity of background, thought and experience. As a people-centered firm, we believe in connecting hearts and minds and creating a sense of belonging for our people. 


Inclusion means we value, appreciate and welcome each other. It is an attitude of valuing and appreciating the countless personal differences that make us all unique while also focusing on what connects us and makes us similar.


Diversity means more than the race, sex or physical abilities. It is also cultural differences, lifestyle, age, background and more - it is the profound social and personal differentiating characteristics that make us individuals and differentiates our work.

Working Together In New Ways

To create a sense of belonging at North Highland, it takes all of us working together collectively. A number of networks provide opportunity for connection, conversation and support of our culture.

Black Employee Network (BEN)

BEN’s mission is to provide a community within North Highland a network to develop professional and personal connections while creating an environment of learning and belonging for all NH owners.

Pride Alliance: LGBTQ Employee Networking Group

This group's mission is to provide our employee-owners with a network to connect and support our LGBT community.

Women in North Highland (WIN)

WIN Atlanta’s mission is to drive progress for women in the workplace, by focusing on engaging, inspiring and developing both the women of North Highland and those within our local communities. We believe that by establishing a strong reputation as a great place to work for women, we will continue to drive heightened total firm performance.

Veterans at North Highland (VAN)

VAN’s mission is to provide a support group and advocacy for the military veterans  and families of North Highland while also raising awareness of the many issues surrounding the worldwide military veteran community.


We strive to reflect the diversity of our customers, employees and the communities we serve. 

The goal of our Supplier Diversity Program is to develop and maintain an inclusive supply base through our commitment to the discovery and development of diverse suppliers, including:

  • Minority-Owned Business Enterprises
  • Woman-Owned Business Enterprises
  • Disadvantaged Business Enterprises
  • Veteran-Owned Business Enterprises 
  • Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Enterprises

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A message about racial injustice

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North Highland’s commitment to inclusion and diversity is key to our culture, and our values of client centricity, integrity, empowerment, accountability, and care. A team made of people from all backgrounds, genders, sexual orientations and ethnicities allow us to view problems from a broader perspective and architect solutions that challenge operating norms and disrupt the market.