Jim Leto Returns To Robbins Gioia As CEO, Bradley King To Head Federal Division

Robbins Gioia announced Tuesday it was acquired by a management-led team of investors, making it an independently-owned U.S. business again.

Jim Leto, who served as president and CEO between 2002 and 2006, returns to the chief executive post, the program management provider said.

Bradley King, former CEO of Serco’s North American subsidiary, also joins Robbins Gioia as president of the federal division.

Ron Bohlin former partner and co-founder of Nextera Enterprises will serve as chairman and chief strategy officer and Christopher Health returns to the chief technology post.

Robbins Gioia was founded in 1980 and the Institute for International Research acquired the Alexandria, Va.-based company in 2005.

Later, British conference and event company firm Informa acquired Robbins Gioia.

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