Investor Press Release
ICF Approves Plan to Name John Wasson as CEO
"This is a natural leadership transition for the company," said Kesavan, who has served as the company's CEO since 1999. "John and I have worked closely together for decades, and he has heavily contributed to the remarkable growth of ICF. I have full confidence in his ability to lead the company as we continue on our growth path and execute our strategy of diversifying the types of clients we serve and the capabilities we offer."
Wasson has held positions of increasing responsibility throughout his tenure at ICF. He has served as ICF's President since 2010 and its Chief Operating Officer since 2003. Wasson manages all of ICF's client-facing operating groups and the corporate business development function. In that capacity, he has been responsible for ICF's client delivery and satisfaction, business development, staff recruitment and development, and acquisition integration. Wasson joined ICF in 1987 as an associate and has led client work in the areas of energy, environment, public health and disaster recovery, among others.
"ICF is fortunate to have such strong, stable leadership," said
"I appreciate this vote of confidence from the ICF Board of Directors," said Wasson. "It has been a fulfilling experience to work with Sudhakar in executing the company's growth strategies, and I look forward to continuing our teamwork as I take on new responsibilities. I am pleased to have the opportunity to lead the talented and committed people who make up ICF during this exciting growth period."
Wasson is a Board member of the
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