Over the course of her 22-year career at global consulting firm Ernst & Young, Karyn Twaronite, like employees everywhere, has gone through what she describes as "pivot points" - those times when she considered working somewhere else. She experienced them as a young tax adviser two years into her job, and again at five years and at 10 years. And each and every time, she's made the decision to stay.

"When I've looked at the balance sheet of what Ernst & Young has afforded me and what I've given Ernst & Young, it was completely fair," she says. "The firm was very progressive with me and my colleagues and I'm proud of the fact I could work here and be a working mom and have a professional career that's very stimulating."

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