ICF Names Veteran Utility Exec Cheryl Grise to the Board; Sudhakar Kesavan Comments

ICF International (NASDAQ:ICFI) has elected Cheryl Grise, a former executive vice president of holding company Northeast Utilities, to the board of directors.

The company said she served as EVP from from December 2005 until retiring in July 2007.

She brings executive level experience and expertise in the energy and utility sector, along with previous experience serving on boards of public companies, Chairman and CEO Sudhakar Kesavan said in a release.

Grise joined Northeast Utilities in 1980, where she served in various senior management positions including as president of the company’s utility group and CEO of the company’s operating subsidiaries.

She serves on the boards at insurance carrier MetLife, home builder PulteGroup and fluid purification device maker Pall Corp.

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