Stephen Rohleder Named Accenture North America Chief; Daniel London to Head Health & Public Service

Stephen Rohleder (1)Stephen Rohleder, formerly group chief executive of health and public service at Accenture (NYSE: ACN), has been appointed to a newly-created role of group chief executive for North America.

The 33-year Accenture veteran and member of the firm’s global management committee will lead the company’s U.S. and Canada businesses, Accenture said Wednesday.

“Steve has been a key member of our senior leadership for many years. He brings exceptional experience and decades of client service to this important role leading our business in North America, ” said Pierre Nanterme, Accenture’s chairman and CEO.

Pierre Nanterme
Pierre Nanterme

Rohleder previously served as Accenture’s chief operating officer from 2004 to 2009 before taking the helm at the company’s health and public service operating group.

Daniel London, current senior managing director for health and public service in North America,  will move into Rohleder’s vacated position on June 1.

London, a 28-year Accenture veteran, will join the company’s global management committee in his new role.

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