Booz Allen has had a presence in Hawaii since 1961 when the firm worked with Kamehameha Schools to develop a strategy for the future. Now, decades later—with a brand-new office and continued on-island investments—Booz Allen Hawaii leads the way in meeting critical Indo-Pacific missions with clients like U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) and supports U.S. government, Department of Defense (DOD), and civilian agencies in the islands.
Client impact aside, the key to the firm’s longstanding presence on-island is a focus on community betterment, engagement, and support. In the years since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, driven by the firm’s $100 million pandemic resilience program—Booz Allen has continued to invest time and resources to on-island organizations, helping them pivot programming, enhance benefits, or go virtual to meet evolving community needs.
With over 50 employees contributing to dedicated pro bono projects over the last year in Honolulu alone, the office was among the top three of all Booz Allen locations that are leading and staffing impactful pro bono work around the country. Read on to learn where our team is making an impact in Hawaii’s communities.