AISES Receives $962,500 Grant From the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to Increase the Representation of Indigenous Peoples in STEM

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., September 13, 2021 /3BL Media/ - AISES announced today that the W.K. Kellogg Foundation has awarded a $962,500 general operating grant to increase the representation of Indigenous peoples in North America and the Pacific Islands in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education and careers. Over the next three years, grant funds will strengthen and build the AISES internal capacity to produce and use data and knowledge in advancing its work.

Invesco Is a Founding Partner With AFP on the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awareness Initiative

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We’re proud to be a founding partner with AFP on the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awareness Initiative designed to bolster awareness and encourage individuals in underrepresented communities to explore a career in corporate finance and treasury.

Click here to learn more about the initiative.

A Place for All to Thrive: Booz Allen Receives Two Top Recognitions for Disability Inclusion Practices


This month—which marks the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act—Booz Allen received two prestigious recognitions for its disability inclusion efforts: it was named CAREERS & the disABLED magazine’s 2021 Private Sector Employer of the Year and earned a 100% score on the Disability Equality Index® (DEI) for the

Resetting and Reframing the Future of Work With Booz Allen EVP Karen Dahut


“This is the moment to talk about how we take what’s working—and keep it. It’s the moment to talk about what’s not—and change it. It’s the moment to reset and reframe our expectations for the way we work.”

-Booz Allen Executive Vice President Karen Dahut

As the United States emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, our public health crisis is rapidly shifting to a labor crisis. Organizations preparing to bring employees back to worksites for in-person and hybrid work concurrently face increased competition for talent, particularly in the tech industry.

Leading Digital Transformation in Central Georgia With Booz Allen's Lizz Said


Girls building robots and STEM skills for the future. Digital training specialists helping warfighters prepare for their missions. Cybersecurity experts and aerospace engineers supporting aircraft like the C-130 Hercules flown all around the world.

Booz Allen's St. Louis-O'Fallon Office Named a 2021 Top Workplace


The St. Louis metropolitan area is home to roughly 2.8 million people and leading employers like the Federal Reserve, Edward Jones, Drury Hotels, Energizer, and World Wide Technology.

For the past 10 years, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has recognized top workplaces in the region for their leadership, values, strategic direction, and the motivation of their workers. Awardees are selected solely on the basis of employee nominations and surveys.

One Woman's Career in Tech and Her Advice for Women and Girls


Celebrating International Girls in ICT (Information and Communications Technology) Day has never been more important.

Engineer Who Wrote the Book on Combustion Keeps Passion for Education Burning


Growing up outside Philadelphia, Chuck Baukal loved tinkering with his 1970 Plymouth Road Runner. He was good at math and science, too, and followed those interests and abilities into studying mechanical engineering in college. On a cooperative assignment, he discovered combustion and found a lifelong passion, which started him on a journey to finding his purpose. He later earned a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering with a thesis concerning heat transfer from impinging flames.

How Booz Allen and Hawai`i FIRST Robotics Are Creating an Island-Based Tech Talent Pipeline


“We can help diversify the economy with more technical jobs. Part of that is building the base supply of talent and demonstrating that you can afford to live and work in your island home.”

-Booz Allen Principal Michael Collat

Choose to Challenge: Booz Allen Celebrates Women's History Month With the Global Women's Business Resource Group


“I want to listen to women’s stories to ensure that all are heard and develop actionable solutions to address inequities.”

This is what “Choose to Challenge,” the theme of this year’s Women’s History Month at Booz Allen, means to Senior Associate Michelle Ralston, outgoing co-chair of the firm’s Global Women’s Business Resource Group (BRG), which creates opportunities for women to build networks through professional events, workshops, and development programs.


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