the importance of
saying what you believe.*
Rosalind Conway is a director in the PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory practice.
Growing up, she learned from her mother and father the importance of doing
the right thing.
“My parents in their youth as civil rights activists always told me to stand for
something. It’s easy to go with the pack. It’s so much more difficult to have your
own point of view.
“My father often said to me. ‘Do the thing, and ye shall have the power.’ And by
that he meant to do what you’re supposed to do. Go about your work with
tremendous integrity. Make relationships with people from a good place in your
heart. Be truthful. Those are the things that will help you advance in life and in
your career. And that is a tenet by which I live, and by which I work.”
Working in our Advisory practice, Rosalind is often called upon to present a point
of view for clients. When she does, she draws on the lessons she learned from
her father and mother.
The lessons of life are the lessons of business.SM
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independent legal entity. *connectedthinking is a trademark of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (US).