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Booz Allen’s Sarah Olsen Shares Her Cyber Journey and Career Advice

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Sarah Olsen installed her first security patch as a teenager, responding to a remote buffer overflow attack—known as a “nuke”—in the early days of the internet. Today she leads risk assessments for cyber-physical systems in a variety of domains at Booz Allen.

Olsen shares highlights from her career journey—and advice for others who have a passion for cyber.

A career that evolved with the internet

A Personal Passion, a Powerful Impact: Booz Allen’s Kristine Martin Anderson

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What can happen when you believe anything is possible and are fueled with a passion to change the world?

Feedback Tips from Tech, Politics, and Beyond: Booz Allen’s “Leading Together” Series

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How do you get the guidance you need for career growth? And how can you navigate these tough conversations to bring out the best in others? Booz Allen Chief Diversity Officer Marlene Aquino and audience members asked these questions and more during the May installment of Booz Allen’s “Leading Together” series on Facebook Live featuring Crystal Patterson, global civil partnerships manager at Facebook, and Amelia Friedman, founder and former COO of Hatch Apps. 

Learning and Evolving in Cyber With Booz Allen’s Jackie Mady

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“Over the past four years, I’ve discovered that cybersecurity isn’t just a buzzword or Hollywood field. There is so much potential in this industry to make an impact on a daily basis.”  

Jackie Mady started out her career as a communications coordinator in the energy industry. Today, she’s an associate in Booz Allen’s Strategic Innovation Group supporting a range of cybersecurity functions: training, requirements analysis and design, help desk, software testing, project scheduling, and technical documentation. 

Booz Allen’s “Leading Together” Series: Women Executives Share Stories and Secrets to Success

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Booz Allen Deputy General Counsel Brenda Morris interviews Laura Liswood, secretary general of the Council of Women World  leaders and Carol Melton, CEO and founder of Adeft Capital

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Booz Allen Deputy General Counsel Brenda Morris interviews Laura Liswood, secretary general of the Council of Women World  leaders and Carol Melton, CEO and founder of Adeft Capital

Booz Allen Named Among Indeed’s Top-Rated Workplaces

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Work-life balance is good for both employees and employers. A Corporate Executive Board study of 50,000 global workers found that employees who believe they have a good work-life balance work 21 percent harder.

Risks, Rewards, and More: Booz Allen Interviews Women Startup Founders on Facebook Live

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What path did a classical ballet major follow to create a digital platform that now serves 10 million students and teachers? How did a self-described “fitness fanatic and health nerd” use experiences from private equity, Wall Street, and retail in her own wellness company?
 
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