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In April, Booz Allen held its sixth annual MENA Home Office Day under the theme ‘Be the Future.’ The two-day event, which ran from 24th to 25th April, saw close to 300 Booz Allen colleagues gather at the Ritz Carlton in Abu Dhabi to celebrate the firm’s collective achievements in the region, and set strategies for the year ahead. As with previous Home Office Days, this year’s event also served as a valuable opportunity for colleagues from across the region to connect with each other and network in a variety of settings.
During the event, attendees engaged in a range of collaborative training and knowledge-sharing sessions. One of the highlights of Home Office Day was the MENA Women’s Forum. The insightful session centered on women’s career development and explored the importance of empowerment, as well as ways in which women can overcome the many challenges that can arise on the path to professional success.
The forum included four panelists who shared stories of their personal journeys and explained how a potent combination of passion and hard work has led them to great heights in their respective careers. The panelists who offered their valuable input on the day included: Nancy Laben, Executive Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton, leading Legal, Ethics & Compliance, and Corporate Affairs groups; and Leslie Raimondo, Senior Vice President leading the Healthcare practice in MENA. Leslie recently joined the MENA team from the United States and, in addition to her healthcare role, now leads Booz Allen’s women’s agenda in the region. Also joining the stellar panel lineup were Rosa Donno, Chief Technologist, MENA; and Ameera Akkila, Senior Associate, MENA. The forum, along with the other varied sessions that ran throughout the day, attest to Booz Allen’s dedication to empowering talent from all backgrounds and helping employees to achieve a healthy work-life balance.
Alongside insightful panel discussions and interactive workshops, this year’s Home Office Day offered attendees further action through a range of teambuilding activities, while a motivational speech led by the co-founder and CEO of T Labs, Amin Toufani, offered the Booz Allen team a unique set of technological and entrepreneurial perspectives.
Rounding out two days of high-quality knowledge-sharing and teambuilding, ceremonies were held to mark the 2019 achievements of our MENA teams and to announce the winners of Booz Allen’s VIP and Value Stones awards. Last but not least, no Booz Allen Home Office Day would be complete without some celebratory food and drink! Lunches and dinners were hosted for all involved, offering the opportunity to relax, re-energize and enjoy the great company of Booz Allen colleagues.
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