Dov Zakheim Lecture and Booz Allen Hamilton Recruiting Event

We invite you to our next lecture and recruiting opportunity with Mr. Dov Zakhiem. Mr. Zakhiem is a Vice President of Booz Allen Hamilton, a global strategy and technology consulting firm, where he is a leader in the Firm’s global defense practice and works with U.S. Combatant Commanders and allied and coalition ministries of defense worldwide. From 2001 to April 2004 he served as the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) and Chief Financial Officer for the Department of Defense, acting as the Secretary of Defense’s principal advisor on financial and budgetary matters, developing and managing the world’s largest budgets, overseeing all aspects of the Department’s accounting and auditing systems, and negotiating five major defense agreements with US allies and partners.
Mr. Zakhiem will provide a keen insight to the opportunities and world of defense from the view of the world's largest budget. Joining Mr. Zakhiem will be current client focused staff and recruiters from all BAH divisions to share their experiences with you before and after the lecture and they will gladly take and discuss your capabilities and resumes.
We will also introduce you to the AFLSE Management Consulting group and mentoring support.
When: May 28th. 6pm followed with by a recruiting social hour
Where: the Georgetown Mortara Center for International Studies
1248 36th Street, NW Washington, DC, the corner of 36th and N Streets
Co-Hosted by: Georgetown's Mortara Center and the Security Studies Program
For details and registration, please see the event webpage:
Questions regarding Booz Allen Hamilton, please contact Tom Ward, MSc '95 ( or Peter Brooks, MSc Politics '91(
Sincere Regards,
Pietro DiSciascio, DC Chapter Chair

Washington, DC: Speaker Series
Wednesday, 05/28/08 at 9:30pm

Speaker: Dov Zakheim

Booz Allen Hamilton Lecture. The topic is to be announced.

There will be a recruiting event to follow for those alumni interested in working at Booz Allen Hamilton.

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