ICF International Appoints Ernest J. Moniz to Board of Directors; Kesavan Comments

ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) has appointed former Undersecretary of the Department of Energy Dr. Ernest J. Moniz to its board of directors. Moniz will replace David C. Lucien, who had served on the board since 2004.

Moniz has developed extensive knowledge of the world energy and environmental markets at government positions, on boards of public and private companies and as a faculty member the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he serves as director of the Laboratory for Energy and the Environment and was head of the physics department.

At DOE, Moniz’s programmatic oversight responsibilities included fossil energy, nuclear energy, environmental management and energy efficiency and renewable energy. He is a member of President Barack Obama’s Council of Advisors of Science and Technology.

“Dr. Moniz’s experience in other board rooms, professional organizations and the federal government will enable him to bring a valuable perspective to ICF and to our board, ” said ICF International Chairman and CEO Sudhakar Kesavan. “His deep understanding in the areas of energy and the environment, both key strategic areas of business for ICF, makes him an ideal addition.”

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