Awards and Recognition
Booz Allen Hamilton has been named to Fortune magazine’s prestigious list of “The World’s Most Admired Companies” for the sixth consecutive year. Described as “the definitive report card on corporate reputations,” the list is based on responses drawn from thousands of survey participants.
This year Booz Allen ranked number 20 among 50 large organizations. The reviews are based on a comprehensive questionnaire on company offerings in categories including benefits, career development, training, and retention.
Booz Allen received CALIBR’s Sponsor of the Year Award honoring our commitment to developing a diverse corporate leadership pipeline and accelerating the development of high-potential senior managers for executive roles.
Congratulations to Booz Allen’s 2015 Working Mother of the Year, Lead Technologist—and mother of five—Anh Nguyen.
Booz Allen's Atlanta Office wins the Corporate Volunteer Council’s 2015 IMPACT Award for Corporate Volunteer Program of the Year
Booz Allen Executive Vice President and Chief Personnel Officer Betty Thompson has received a National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) Women of Excellence Award in recognition of her “activism in conceiving the Women’s Agenda.”
Booz Allen Hamilton Recognized by Paralyzed Veterans of America for Long-Term Dedication to Wounded VetsBooz Allen Hamilton is proud to be the recipient of the Sustain: ABLE Award from Paralyzed Veterans of America, the only congressionally chartered veterans service organization dedicated solely for the benefit and representation of veterans with spinal cord injury or disease.
Booz Allen was again named to the prestigious list of “100 Best Companies” by Working Mother magazine, for the firm’s commitment to progressive workplaces that promote flexibility and career advancement. 2015 also marks Booz Allen’s third year in the “Best Companies Hall of Fame,” which honors “heavy hitters” that have made the list for 15 or more years.