Keyword is an annual publication created for, and by, the alumni of PricewaterhouseCoopers as a way to stay connected former coworkers. The inaugural issue was published in 2008 to coincide with the company’s 10th anniversary celebration. According to PwC Chairman and Senior Partner Dennis Nally, Keyword is a means of “highlighting the human side of business — special times and special people.”
Keyword‘s 2008 issue includes inspiring interviews with Léotine Tsiba, former assurance associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), who has now competed as a runner in three Summer Olympic games, Tammy Edmonds, who changed careers from tax professional at PwC to a yogi, and three PwC coworkers who used teamwork in the office took their partnership to a different terrain: mountain climbing.
The second issue, printed Winter 2009, continues its tracking of PwC alums and their stories. Designed in-house by Kelly Conley and Matthew Wakeman, with photography by Wakeman and Jim Gianopoulos, both issues were printed on 30% postconsumer waste Mohawk Via.