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PSC elects new leadership for 2014

Council sees its highest female concentration ever in 2014

The Professional Services Council this week named ICF International's Ellen Glover as its first female chairman.

In addition to Glover, PSC named AECOM's Jim Jaska vice chair, and Abt Associates president and CEO Kathleen Flanagan secretary of the council.

The council also elected a number of industry leaders to serve on its Executive Committee in 2014:

  • John Goodman (Accenture)
  • Kymm McCabe (ASI Government)
  • Robin Lineberger (Deloitte)
  • Babs Doherty (Eagle Ray)
  • Andy McCann (HP)
  • Anne Altman (IBM)
  • Sudhakar Shenoy (IMC)
  • Neil Albert (MCR)
  • Lawrence Cooley (MSI)
  • Angela Drummond (SiloSmashers)
  • Deb Alderson (Sotera Defense)
  • Deepak Hathiramani (Vistronix)

With the election of Glover and Flanagan, as well as the five other women on the Executive Committee, 2014 marks the highest concentration of female leadership in PSC's 42-year history.

Abt's Flanagan and ASI's McCabe were recently Executive of the Year winners at this year's GovCon Awards gala.

About the Author

Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at mhoover@washingtontechnology.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

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