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Leadership in Innovation: Washington Business Journal Recognizes Booz Allen’s Karen Dahut

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“Amid a technology climate of rapid disruption and digital transformation, Booz Allen Hamilton Inc has kept pace with the evolving demands of the market, due in no small part to the work of Karen Dahut.” 

- Carten Cordell, staff reporter, Washington Business Journal

Each year, the publication recognizes 20 leaders in the Greater Washington region for their accomplishments. In 2019, Booz Allen Executive Vice President Karen Dahut was among these “C-Suite Award” winners.

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

Northern Virginia Technology Council Names Booz Allen’s Julie McPherson Among Top Tech Executives

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Booz Allen Senior Vice President Julie McPherson has made a career of driving federal agencies’ transformation through digital applications. On November 19, the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) named her among the 2019 NVTC Tech 100, a list of groundbreaking companies, leaders and innovators within the region’s technology industry.

2019 Philanthropy at Booz Allen: A New Employee Giving Campaign and Recognition by Washington Business Journal

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Following a successful year of philanthropic initiatives and support for organizations throughout the country, The Washington Business Journal recently recognized Booz Allen as one of the top givers in the D.C. area.

“Booz Allen strives to better serve the public and the world in everything we do,” said Stephen Labaton, Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs. “We’re proud to be recognized and look forward to engaging our employees and partners in many more philanthropic initiatives in the future.”

Booz Allen’s Tips for a More Inclusive Workplace: Doing the Right Thing for Employees and Business

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Encouraging diversity isn’t just the right thing to do; it’s a competitive imperative in markets like San Diego, where some suggest a 3% unemployment rate is “virtually zero” for tech talent. 

As tech companies compete within the same pool of job candidates, it’s imperative to expand the number of qualified individuals. And bringing more diverse people into the talent pool often requires going above and beyond.

Military Spouses Advance Careers Through Booz Allen, Hiring Our Heroes Fellowship

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Despite the national unemployment rate of 4%, military spouses have a rate of unemployment more than six times that much—approximately 26%. Booz Allen has teamed up with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program to help military spouses gain meaningful employment around the country.

Booz Allen Defense Analyst Victor Morris: Using Language and Experience to Train Today’s Warfighters

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While with the U.S. Army in Iraq, Victor Morris wrote a patrol report after each mission: actions he took, people he met, and lessons learned. This intelligence helped new troops advance their work and avoid repeating known mistakes.

Booz Allen’s “Emotional Wellness Revolution” Gains National Attention

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Do I feel comfortable here? Can I bring my whole self to work? If I need help, will I get it?

Booz Allen created its PowerUP wellness program in 2016 to help employees answer questions like these.  Now over three years later, the firm’s commitment to mental and emotional wellbeing is making an impact nationwide, cited in Ethisphere Magazine as “a model for leaders and companies seeking to transform their own culture.”

Championing difficult conversations

Booz Allen Extends Its Commitment to Those Who Serve as a Salesforce Military Alliance Partner

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To accelerate the interviewing and hiring of veterans and military spouses across the United States, veteran-founded Booz Allen has joined the Salesforce Military Alliance.

Through the program, military service members and their spouses get free, self-paced technical training via Trailhead, Salesforce’s online learning platform, and Salesforce partners and customers commit to conducting job interviews for all participants who complete the training program.

A Nation of Public Lands at Your Fingertips: Booz Allen and Recreation.gov

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On National Camp Day (November 19) and every day, people can reserve a campsite, apply for a hiking permit, or buy a ticket to a historic site from their laptop, tablet, or smartphone. It’s all made possible by Recreation.gov.

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