“There is rarely a time when [management does] not have an open door if you need to discuss a matter, related to work or not.”
- Kevin Gentry, Head of Global Finance Systems, Washington, D.C.
Getting to know Hogan Lovells
On completion of my interviews with the firm, I knew Hogan Lovells would be a great fit, and the people I interviewed with really made me feel at ease. Upon joining, I experienced that same warmth and an environment that shows respect to all employees regardless of their position or background.
Management here takes the time to get to know you on a personal level. There is rarely a time when they do not have an open door if you need to discuss a matter, related to work or not. Your opinion is always heard and taken into consideration.
Many of our corporate responsibility programs create a great place for team building that not only makes you proud to work at Hogan Lovells but also proud of what the firm does for the community. I have been involved in two such projects. Rebuilding Together gave the firm an opportunity to assist a senior citizen in need by helping make necessary repairs at her home. I also participated in a charity Wii bowling tournament that really created a great sense of competition at both bowling and fundraising. Everyone wanted to be the best and raise the most money for very worthwhile charities!
The people you work with on a daily basis make this not only feel like a great place to work, they come to be your second family and you enjoy seeing them on a daily basis.
Resident in our Washington, D.C. office, Kevin is responsible for the operational aspects of the various systems used by the firm’s finance departments.
A supporter of the firm’s corporate responsibility initiatives, Kevin likes that they create a great place for team building that makes you proud to work at Hogan Lovells and of what the firm does for the community.