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Serving Her Country, Mentoring Tomorrow’s STEM Leaders: Booz Allen’s Kimberly Page

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As a fourth-generation Japanese-American and a third-generation Chinese-American, Kimberly Page didn’t initially picture herself at the Naval Academy. At the time, Asian women represented less than one percent of the student body. But she was encouraged by her family and her mentors. 

Lifting, Learning, and Growing With Booz Allen’s Shana Millspaugh

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Shana Millspaugh is a mother, military spouse, and an intel analyst with Booz Allen’s Space Security and Defense Program (SSDP). She’s also an award-winning weightlifter.

Millspaugh won Gold for her weight/age category in the 2019 Worlds Championship in Montreal and took Silver in the 2018 World Masters Championship in Barcelona.

Setting a powerful example

Despite this winning track record, the prospect of failure is Millspaugh’s greatest fear. “But it also motivates me to move forward and grow,” she said.

Booz Allen’s Karen Dahut on Bringing More Women into Tech and Defense

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Despite equal aptitudes, women remain vastly underrepresented in technology and defense leadership roles. At the 2019 Atlantic Festival, Booz Allen’s Karen Dahut—an executive vice president and the firm’s global defense lead—shared tips and highlights from her own career journey and her thoughts on how to bring more women into these important positions.

Encouraging risk

Shaping the Future of Public Administration With Booz Allen SVP—and NAPA Fellow—Dr. Cedric Sims

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The congressionally chartered National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) has been helping government leaders solve critical management challenges since 1967. NAPA Fellows are a prestigious group, representing former cabinet officials, members of Congress, governors, mayors, state legislators, prominent scholars, and business executives.

In 2019, Dr. Cedric Sims, a senior vice president with Booz Allen’s Justice, Homeland Security, and Transportation business, joined their ranks.

Gen Z Has Spoken: Booz Allen Retains No. 6 Rank as Best Workplace for New Grads

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As thousands of members of Generation Z return to campus this fall, those who have graduated are taking their new credentials to the marketplace. And for many, their employer of choice is Booz Allen, which retains its No. 6 ranking on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Employers for New Grads for 2019. 

Doing well while doing good  

To compile the list, Forbes and research firm Statista surveyed over 10,000 young professionals across the nation. How would they rate their own employer, and which other companies would they recommend within their industry? 

Booz Allen’s John Morrison Named Volunteer Fire Chief of the Year

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By day, John Morrison helps keep federal government clients up and running, managing schedules, budgets, and compliance and functionality requirements as a senior lead technologist in Booz Allen’s Chantilly, Virginia office. In his out-of-office time, he plays another important role in community life. As chief of the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department (VVFD), he oversees department operations and more than 60 volunteers.

Booz Allen’s Maria Gilley: Celebrating Diversity, Modernizing Government

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“Inclusion is more than a concept at Booz Allen. It is embodied in our culture.”

This fall, Booz Allen Associate Maria Fernanda Gilley is not only celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15). She’s also working on a project with a very personal mission.

Rewarding Work and Team-Building Define Booz Allen’s Norfolk, Virginia Office—A Top Workplaces 2019 Winner

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Rewarding client work, a commitment to community service, and purposeful team-building activities and challenges have earned Booz Allen’s Norfolk, Virginia office recognition as a Top Work Place in Hampton Roads.

Recognition by employees, for employees

Be Present, Be Persistent, and Stick to Your Values: Career Advice from Booz Allen CLO Nancy Laben

Press Release

Among the general counsel of Fortune 500 companies, 25% are women. Yet only one was named this year’s Top Corporate Counsel by WomenInc. Magazine, a media platform which has recognized women such as former Yahoo CEO Marissa Meyer, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, and television producer Shonda Rhimes. 

And only one, it may be safe to assume, started her professional journey as a cheesemonger, learning valuable career lessons about being industrious, bringing value, and more while helping customers order goat cheese, gruyere, and more for their next party. 

Booz Allen’s Haejin Hwang: Finding Opportunity in Math, Data Science, and Social Impact

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School—a state-wide algebra exam, to be exact—set Haejin Hwang on the path to a career in data science at Booz Allen. 

She didn’t expect to do well on the test. But after spending hours preparing, she earned a perfect score—and learned a valuable lesson.

“This experience helped me gain confidence in my abilities,” Hwang said.

Pursuing data science—and becoming a leader

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