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Innovation, Exploration, and Advocacy With Booz Allen’s "Health Care Leader to Watch" Rich Crowe

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Booz Allen Executive Vice President Richard Crowe— healthcare IT leader and advocate for veterans—can now add another descriptor to this list: WashingtonExec Top 10 Health Care Leader to Watch.

To Honor Women’s History Month, a Year of Highlights From the Women at Booz Allen

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Throughout Booz Allen, women are pushing forward and breaking boundaries in fields from cyber defense to data science, by driving innovation and enabling economic growth. Senior Vice President Aimee George Leary, Executive Sponsor of Booz Allen’s Women’s Business Resource Group, said “I’m proud to Be Booz Allen, because when it comes to advancing gender equality, we’re all in.”

“Be Yourself,” and Other Career Lessons From Booz Allen VP Patricia Porter

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On a recent cloudy Saturday morning, the pathway to Georgetown’s iconic Healy Hall was brightly peppered with colorful balloons and welcoming shouts of “We’re so glad you’re here!” This was Georgetown University’s 7th annual OWN IT Summit, a student-run event aimed at connecting millennial students with female leaders through compelling conversation, workshopping and panel discussions.

Dr. Lauren Neal: Forging a Path in Data Science and Encouraging Other Women at Booz Allen

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Dr. Lauren Neal has developed data solutions for medical imaging, electronic health records, wearable data, and tools to fight human trafficking. She has led engagements for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the National Institutes of Health, and military health organizations.

The University of Maryland Data Challenge: How Booz Allen Is Mentoring the Future

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How many materials targeted for recycling are actually being recycled? What kind of resources do we need to clean up our oceans, and how should these resources be allocated?

Answers to questions like these are important steps to a more sustainable planet, and over 180 undergraduate and graduate students were on the case in the 2020 UMD Data Challenge.

Designing Games—and Redefining Training—with Jason Rauck at Booz Allen San Antonio

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“There’s no limit to what type of experience games can provide.”

Mixed Reality flight simulations for Air Force pilots. Showcasing satellite orbital mechanics in Virtual Reality. Building an interactive digital encyclopedia of aircraft. For Jason Rauck, Project Lead and Game Designer with Booz Allen’s San Antonio office’s Immersive team, projects like these are all in a day’s work.

Rauck creates interactive experiences that prepare U.S. warfighters for their real-life missions—an interest that began in childhood.

Data Science, AI, and Space Are All Connected for New AAS Fellow Kirk Borne

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Kirk Borne— a top speaker and digital influencer in the areas of Big Data, Data Science, and AI—works in data science and AI at Booz Allen, where he serves as an Executive Advisor, the firm’s first and only Principal Data Scientist, and in 2019 was named the firm’s first and only Data Science Fellow.

Booz Allen and Hiring Our Heroes: One Day, Two Events to Support Military Spouses

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Military spouses (92% of whom are female) face unemployment rates of 24%—six times higher than the current rate for all adult women. And female spouses of active duty service members on average generate 37% less income than civilian spouses.

Why do military spouses incur such a financial penalty? And what can be done to change this situation for the better?

Ethisphere Magazine Names Booz Allen One of World’s Most Ethical Companies

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Ethisphere Magazine, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, has named Booz Allen one of 2020’s World’s Most Ethical Companies. The firm joins a diverse and prestigious group of organizations that includes Accenture, Intel, IBM, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Salesforce, USAA, and more.

During Black History Month and Year-Round, Booz Allen Celebrates Inclusion of Diverse Employees

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The celebration of Black History Month began in 1926 when Carter G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, scholar, educator, and publisher, created it to honor the achievements of African Americans in the U.S. This year, Booz Allen celebrated by acknowledging and highlighting the many contributions of its African American employees, supported by thoughtful initiatives from internal forums like the African American Network (AAN) and Multicultural Business Resource Group.

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