As a committed community partner for nearly 100 years, Booz Allen has been recognized widely for its community involvement and impact. Our efforts, whether related to diversity, sustainability, improving our communities, or nonprofit capacity building, would not be possible without the passion and commitment of our employees. As a firm that embraces the notion of improving our communities near and far, this is not only our responsibility, it’s our reward.
Whether they are longstanding or newly established, Booz Allen’s community partnerships are a defining aspect of our culture. Our employees drive positive outcomes in their volunteer roles, and as a result, are frequently celebrated in their communities. This page is just a small selection of recent awards and recognition received by individual employees and the firm at large.
“America's Veterans: A Musical Tribute,” a production made possible in part by Booz Allen Hamilton, was one of eight Emmy® winners awarded to Maryland Public Television at the 55th Emmy® Awards gala on June 15, 2013. Learn more.
Booz Allen was recognized by the Longfellow Spanish Immersion Magnet School community in San Diego, CA for its support of the school’s first-ever FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) teams. Learn More.
On March 13, 2013, Booz Allen’s TIME TO INSPIRESM video received a Gold ADDY® award at the 2013 American Advertising Awards Gala, which recognizes the best in creative excellence in advertising in the metropolitan Washington, DC area. Learn more.
On March 8, 2012, Booz Allen was awarded Rebuilding Together’s Green Hammer Award for their excellence in energy conservation and corporate-wide competition to be the most 'green' while repairing houses with Rebuilding Together DC (RTDC). Learn More.
Booz Allen Hamilton is the recipient of the 2012-2013 TutorMate® Partnership Award from the Innovations for Learning TutorMate® Program. Learn more.
Booz Allen Hamilton is a recipient of the 2013 Founder Award by Metro TeenAIDS (MTA) in recognition of the firm’s “years of service and investment in DC youth." Learn more.
Jason Stern was awarded the Woodie Flowers Finalist Award, celebrating his outstanding communication skills as a For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) mentor. Learn more.
Booz Allen was recognized for its financial support of nonprofits and the volunteer spirit of its employees at the Washington Business Journal Corporate Philanthropy Awards in Washington, DC on May 11, 2012. Learn more.
Booz Allen Hamilton has been named to the Business Committee for the Arts (BCA) list of the Ten Best Companies Supporting the Arts in America for 2011. Learn more.