diversity and inclusion

A Perfect 10: Booz Allen Kicks Off 2020 With 10th Year of Recognition for LGBTQ Equality

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January 23, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Booz Allen has received its 10th consecutive perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) Corporate Equality Index, a national benchmarking survey assessing an organization’s non-discrimination workplace protections, domestic partner benefits, transgender-inclusive health care benefits, competency programs, and public engagement with the LGBTQ community.

This 100% ranking earns the firm designation as a “Best Place to Work” for LGBTQ Equality.

2019 at Booz Allen: Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion, Strengthening Our Commitment

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From commuter benefits that support health and the environment to recognition as an LGBTQ Business Leader, Booz Allen reinforced its commitment to its employees and the greater community in 2019.

AEG Joins CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™

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LOS ANGELES, January 3, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Furthering its commitment to building a diverse and inclusive workplace, AEG, the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company, today announced that Dan Beckerman, President and CEO, has signed the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ pledge.

AEG joins more than 800 CEOs from the world’s leading companies and business organizations, who are leveraging their individual and collective voices to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace. 

Booz Allen’s Lu Sevier: A Global Path to Data Science

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Growing up, Lu Sevier saw herself as a scientist in a lab coat, not the data science professional she is today at Booz Allen.

“I didn’t really know any female technologists or computer scientists when I started college,” Sevier said. “I thought you had to be a math expert to do computer science.”

Career inspiration in the Philippines

Making Tech More Diverse: Booz Allen Named 24 Women of Color STEM Awardees

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Representing data science, health informatics, systems engineering, and more, two dozen Booz Allen employees have been named Women of Color STEM Technology All-Stars and Rising Stars. They join more than 250 Booz Allen employees who have received this honor since 2004.

Presented at the annual Women of Color STEM Conference in Detroit this October, the awards recognize women of color in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math who create, innovate, and inspire.

How Inclusivity and Data Science Brought Steven Roush to Booz Allen

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GLOBE, which celebrates its anniversary this October, has been Booz Allen’s LGBTQ+ employee business resource group for 20 years. For Lead Data Scientist Steven Roush, Booz Allen’s commitment to diversity and inclusion was a big reason he selected the firm for the next step in his professional journey.

Booz Allen’s Duvelza Saenz on Cyber, Leadership, and Shaping a Multicultural Tech Workforce

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Growing up, there were only two careers that interested Booz Allen Lead Associate Duvelza Saenz: cyber warrior or Xena the Warrior Princess. Lucky for the cyber world, Booz Allen, and the many women and girls Saenz mentors and supports, she went with the former.

A passion for bringing people together—including the next generation

“I enjoy the collaborative environment that Booz Allen encourages,” Saenz said. “We have awesome team members with unique backgrounds who are open to innovative ideas.”  

Missed Booz Allen at The Atlantic Festival? We’ve Got Your Recap Here

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Where should governments focus their digital protection amid unprecedented risk? How can technology and defense organizations bring more women into leadership roles? What does the future look like in artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and beyond?

Booz Allen explored these questions and more at The Atlantic Festival. The event took place Sept. 24-26 in Washington, DC, and highlights are now available online.

Timely insights from top speakers  

Celebrating Diversity and Community with Booz Allen’s Ashely Fagan

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As Booz Allen Lead Associate Ashely Fagan manages three contracts with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and oversees 75 employees, he wears a lanyard with his security badge—and a Pride pin. 

On October 11, which is National Coming Out Day, and every day, “I always feel that I can bring my true self to work,” Fagan said.  

GLOBE: A 20-year-old network with a lasting impact 

When Addressing the Abilities Community, Words Matter and People Come First

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The words we use and why we use them play an essential role in building an inclusive culture. Language (and the questions it forces people to ask and consider) can increase visibility and empathy for groups that have been marginalized or misunderstood in the past.

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