Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion

The culture of inclusion at Booz Allen promotes diversity in all its forms. Booz Allen is committed to fostering an environment of respect and opportunity for all our people. Read more in this campaign.

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How Booz Allen San Diego Is “Powering the Promise” of Girls in Cybersecurity
“As Scouts, we have to be smart, cautious, and aware when navigating the internet…just as we need to be smart, cautious, and aware when safely navigating mountain trails.” -Booz Allen Senior Vice President Jennie Brooks For girls today, cybersecurity information is valuable knowledge...
Dec 3, 2020 8:00 AM ET
Booz Allen's Native American Network: Building Cultural Awareness and Cultivating Community
In a year of pivots and challenges, Booz Allen is proud to debut an all-new, revitalized Native American Network (NAN). With ambitious goals, the network—re-imagined in 2020 after a hiatus—aims to strengthen recruitment and career development within Booz Allen. It’s also an open invitation for all at the firm to celebrate Native American culture and learn about its history, tribe diversity,...
Nov 23, 2020 8:00 AM ET
“Putting People First” Makes Booz Allen San Diego a Top Workplace
San Diego is a city that prizes inclusivity and friendliness at work. According to a survey by research firm Energage, employees are 3% more likely to describe their company culture as inclusive compared to the national benchmark, and 4.9% more likely to describe it as friendly. Even in a region known for warmth and friendliness, Booz Allen and its people-first culture stand...
Nov 16, 2020 8:25 AM ET
Celebrating Diversity in STEM With Booz Allen and SASE
“One can hire diversity, but one cannot keep diversity without equity and inclusion.”-Bryan Kimura, Booz Allen Distinguished Engineer and 2020 SASE award-winner Each year, the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) celebrates the success of Asian American and Pacific Islander scientists, engineers,...
Nov 6, 2020 8:00 AM ET
How Two Deaf Booz Allen Employees Deal with Challenges on the Job and During COVID-19
Before he graduated from George Washington University (GWU) with a master’s degree in public health, Chris Khanoyan volunteered to work for the Livestrong Foundation by driving his own vehicle to provide transportation for patients affected by cancer. That was when the obstacles of being deaf truly hit him. As the driver with patients, he was unable to read lips or speak with them....
Oct 30, 2020 8:00 AM ET

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