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Glassdoor Employees' Choice Awards Name Horacio Rozanski a Top 10 CEO

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This week Glassdoor—one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites—released its annual list of Top CEOs, highlighting the leaders that employees most love working for. The 2021 list includes Booz Allen’s President and CEO Horacio Rozanski, who ranked 10th out of 100 top-rated CEOs of large U.S. companies.

How Booz Allen's Pacific Rim Employees Are Making the World a Safer Place

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From Alaska to Guam, Hawaii to Japan, and South Korea, Booz Allen’s Pacific Rim team works on projects that affect lives, businesses, and governments: efforts that include streamlining disaster relief, strengthening national security, and establishing infrastructure.

Through expertise in cybersecurity, data science, threat reduction, special operations, and beyond, they are tackling vital issues. Three employees recently had their efforts acknowledged by global defense leaders.

Strengthening CWMD capabilities in South Korea

International Women's Day: Celebrating the Women of Booz Allen Who Met the Challenges of an Unprecedented Year

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International Women’s Day is both a call to action for accelerating women’s equity and a celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women worldwide. This year’s theme is “Choose to Challenge.” Over the past year, women everywhere stepped up bravely and selflessly to confront a multitude of challenges that touched all facets of society. In recognition of their achievements, part one of this two-part series explores how the women of Booz Allen answered the call.  

Stepping up and “being human” during COVID-19

Diversifying STEM Careers and Communities: Meet the 2021 Booz Allen BEYA Modern Day Technology Leaders

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Each year, US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine recognizes “bright men and women who are shaping the future of engineering, science, and technology.” Since 2005, more than 100 Booz Allen employees have been recognized by the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA).

Booz Allen Named Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality by Human Rights Campaign for 11th Consecutive Year

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“From the previously unimaginable impact of the COVID-19 pandemic to a long overdue reckoning with racial injustice, 2020 was an unprecedented year. Yet, many businesses across the nation stepped up and continued to prioritize and champion LGBTQ equality.”

-Alphonso David, President, Human Rights Campaign

Diversifying Science and Technology: Meet Booz Allen's Women of Color STEM Awardees for 2020

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According to the National Science Foundation, members of historically underrepresented groups—women and Blacks, Hispanics, and American Indians or Alaska Natives—have increased their representation in the science and engineering labor force in recent decades.

Data Science, AI, and Space Are All Connected for New AAS Fellow Kirk Borne

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Kirk Borne— a top speaker and digital influencer in the areas of Big Data, Data Science, and AI—works in data science and AI at Booz Allen, where he serves as an Executive Advisor, the firm’s first and only Principal Data Scientist, and in 2019 was named the firm’s first and only Data Science Fellow.

How Becky Westing is Building the World of PNT from Booz Allen’s Dayton Office

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Positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) data enables everything from the smart phone in your pocket to fields as diverse as the transportation, communications, and energy sectors. 

Harnessing Algorithms for Healthier Hearts: The Booz Allen/Kaggle Data Science Bowl

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“The passion and technical expertise of the global data science community that is harnessed by the Data Science Bowl is extraordinary. They have been able to push the boundaries of what’s possible in this extremely complex and important challenge.”

-Josh Sullivan, Booz Allen Hamilton senior vice president and artificial intelligence lead

Booz Allen CEO Wins Horatio Alger Award for Commitment to Education and Community Impact

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When Horacio D. Rozanski moved to the United States in 1988 at only 19 years old, he left behind a challenging life under military dictatorship in Argentina. In the U.S. he pursued his degree, secured an internship at Booz Allen, and made a career at the firm before ultimately becoming CEO in January, 2015.

In recognition of his success in overcoming adversity, his leadership, and his commitment to charitable causes, the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans announced he has been named a new member.

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