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I’m very proud of my group’s ability to attract autonomy talent to MITRE during COVID-19. Autonomy is the ultimate cross-cutting challenge, and MITRE needs the best practitioners in a wide range of fields to provide our government agencies with the most valuable insights, guidance, and support we can.
Zach LaCelleAutonomous Systems, Principal
My career accelerated when I was able to be my authentic self at work. That drives me to build environments where everyone has that same opportunity to be their best and full selves.
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MITRE is a great place to do this work. I’m happy to have the opportunity to help build what social innovation at MITRE can accomplish now and in the future to bring about a safer and just world.
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