Director of Brand
Booz Allen Hamilton
Michael Dumlao serves as the Director of Brand for Booz Allen Hamilton, a multinational leader in management and technology consulting that provides engineering, cyber, data science and systems integration for private and public sector clients. Tasked with pivoting the firm’s 102-year old brand, he leads the strategy and activation of brand systems which integrate market research and analysis, content and engagement strategy, digital platform architecture, publication and environment design, interactive media development and user-centered experiences. A career Creative Strategist and Certified Usability Analyst, Michael has provided marketing and digital direction for U.S. Government organizations such as the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Reserve Bank, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. He has also served for 6 years as the Chair of Booz Allen’s LGBT Forum “GLOBE” and currently sits as a member of the Faculty and Advisory Board for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s Institute for Federal Leadership in Diversity & Inclusion at Georgetown University.
Prior to becoming a management consultant, Michael honed his communications and creative strategy expertise at the United Nations Foundation and Georgetown’s Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship. He also founded Fashion Fights Poverty, an ethical fashion non-governmental organization and Style & Image Network, a brand strategy boutique specializing in fashion and entertainment.
Michael received his Masters in Communications, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University then continued his education through executive management courses in Kellogg University. He has a Bachelor in Arts specializing in photography and multimedia design from the University of California, Santa Barbara augmented with coursework at the Sydney College of Arts. Born in the Philippines and raised in Australia, he currently resides in Washington, DC with his Peruvian husband and the ever-charming America the Dog.