RESTAURANT, VA .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – CACI International Inc (NYSE: CACI) announced today that 10 employees, including one Legacy Award winner, have been honored for their excellence in science, engineering, engineering and math (STEM) and workforce innovation at 36th Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) Annual Conference on Global Competitiveness 2022, February 17-19, Washington, DC
As a proud sponsor of the BEYA conference, CACI support offers more than 10,000 attendees, including K-12 students, college students, corporate, government, military professionals, business and industry employers, with three days of training, fellowship, celebration of excellence, and demonstrating career opportunities at STEM. CACI’s partnership with BEYA expands networking, recruitment and career opportunities as part of the company’s diversity and inclusion efforts.
During the conference, CACI staff member Notasha Thomas will receive the Dr. Eugene M. DeLoatch Award for Heritage at the Dean of Engineering Dean of Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) on February 19 for her commitment to STEM advocacy in local communities. Ms. Thomas was especially noted for her current involvement in the Black Girls Code (BGC), a nonprofit organization for young colored women that covers computer programming and technology, and for her previous volunteer work and contributions to STEM.
In addition, nine CACI staff will be honored at the February 18 Technology Recognition Event. as leaders in modern technology in the BEYA Outstanding Achievement Award (OAA) category for their contribution to shaping the future of STEM.
John Menguchi, President and CEO of CACI, said: “CACI is proud of the achievements of the BEYA Award winners and all of our talented staff. Our team members embody our culture of character and innovation through their dedication and commitment to inspire the engineers, scientists and inventors of tomorrow. ”
CACI 2022 BEYA’s current technology leaders:
Said Adam, IT operations
Camilla Carter, IT Network Engineering
Goodbye Desta, cybersecurity
Anderson Elsie, systems engineering
Cordell Gordon, Business Processes
Sharrod Hines, software development
Frederick Age, software development
Christopher Raymond, test engineer
George Shores, software development
About 22,000 talented CACI employees diligently provide unique expertise and distinctive technology that solves our customers ’greatest enterprise challenges and missions. Our culture of good character, innovation and excellence ensures our success and earns us recognition as Fortune The most respected company in the world. As a member of Art Fortune The 500 largest companies, the Russell 1000 Index and the S&P MidCap 400 Index, we consistently provide strong value to shareholders. Visit us at www.caci.com.
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