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MilliporeSigma Employee Spotlight: Jacqueline Ignacio

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MilliporeSigma Employee Spotlight: Jacqueline Ignacio

As part of our employee spotlight series, we’re sitting down with Jacqueline Ignacio, global manager, customer sustainability solutions at MilliporeSigma, to learn more about the work she’s doing to change the way the life science industry looks at waste. The life science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany operates as MilliporeSigma in the U.S. and Canada. 

1. How did you get your start with MilliporeSigma?

2019 Founder’s Award: MilliporeSigma

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At Positively Instrumental 2019, we presented Founders Awards to honor two companies dedicated to working together to advance global science in the spirit of our founder, Dr.Nina Dudnik.

As founding members of our Global Health Corporate Consortium, their leadership and commitment are evident.

Award-Winning Workplaces: Booz Allen Makes Indeed’s Top 25

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In the 2019 Top-Rated Workplaces by global job site Indeed, Booz Allen not only made the top 50 among Fortune 500 companies. It climbed in rank, from No. 38 in 2018 to No. 23.

This recognition is based on the 150+ million ratings and reviews on Indeed company pages and accounts for attributes like work/life balance, compensation, and benefits. According to Indeed: “Winning employers have already created a great workplace. We're just letting everyone know.”

In good company

3 Tips for Minorities in STEM: Booz Allen’s Tony Mitchell Talks to Fast Company

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Among adults 25 and older employed in STEM jobs, only 9 percent are black and 7 percent Hispanic, according to Pew Research Center. The percentages in engineering are 5 percent black and 8 percent Hispanic1.

Given the current lack of diversity in today’s workplace, how can minority STEM professionals play a role in increasing the ranks of diverse STEM talent?

Try, Try Again: Failure as a Building Block of STEM Success

By Kelli Recher, Science Educator, Marshall Math Science Academy, Harrisburg School District, Harrisburg, Pa. (@kellirecher)
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"I have not failed, not once. I've discovered ten thousand ways that don't work." – Thomas Edison

Arrow Electronics Hosts Robotics Workshop for Local Girl Scouts

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DENVER, June 26, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Arrow Electronics hosted a robotics workshop at its Centennial, Colo. headquarters to help local Girl Scouts in 4th and 5th grade earn their “Designing Robots” badge. Twenty Girl Scouts participated in the program, learning to build robot prototypes from Arrow employees representing a range of departments and business units. 

Corporate Champions for Education Are Bound for Colombia

SAP, WE Communications, and Niagara Bottling’s Employees Will Serve Pro Bono to Improve STEM Education
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WASHINGTON, June 25, 2019 /3BL Media/ – The Corporate Champions for Education are headed for Colombia. SAP, WE Communications, and Niagara Bottling have joined forces to send their employees into the field as pro bono consultants to strengthen organizations whose mission it is to improve educational outcomes and open opportunities for more sustainable livelihoods—and lives.  

Strategy, Technology, Innovation: Booz Allen Shares Its 2019 Impact Report

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Securing mobile devices against cyberattacks. Transforming the taxpayer experience. Using bioinformatics to revolutionize healthcare. Booz Allen shares these stories and more in the firm’s 2019 Impact Report, which captures highlights from its work with clients solving the world’s most pressing challenges.

From citizen services to cyber

The report features Booz Allen’s work for government and commercial clients in a digitally transforming world, including:

The Possibilities Lie Within Us

Written by Scott Heimlich, Vice President, Amgen Foundation
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Can you imagine the implications to the country and society if we were better able to harness and unleash the talent all around us? What if opportunity and culture unlocked the ambition and dreams of more people – young and old – to achieve their potential? We’re barely scratching the surface.

We’ve all seen both stories.

Is America Ready for Natural Disasters? Insights and Advice from Booz Allen

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As summer approaches, so does the season of tornados, floods, and forest fires. People across America need to be ready for anything—but are they?

Booz Allen conducted a survey to find out how prepared Americans are for a natural disaster and how they would use technology in disaster response. Highlights follow, with tips for how government can help improve disaster response and community resilience.

People rely on technology—and need more information

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