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SAIC Named Among Best Employers for Diversity in Annual List; Nazzic Keene Quoted

Nazzic Keene

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 4, 2019 — Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) has received recognition for its workforce diversity and inclusion programs as part of an annual list released by Forbes with support from research firm Statista, ExecutiveBiz reported Jan. 24.

The technology company said Jan. 23 its designation as a “Best Employer for Diversity” serves to highlight its work under its Mosaic program, which is comprised of four employee-led business resource groups.

“Understanding how our similarities and differences impact our interactions and shape our viewpoints is essential for creating an inclusive culture and greatly contributes to our company’s performance,” said Nazzic Keene, chief operating officer of SAIC.

Keene, a 2019 Wash100 awardee, is a sponsor of the women’s business resource group at the company and a member of its inclusion and diversity council.

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