Carlos Salazar Promoted to IntelliDyne CFO; Tony Crescenzo Comments

IntelliDyneLogoCarlos Salazar, who joined IntelliDyne in 2010 from Accenture, has been promoted to chief financial officer at the Falls Church, Va.-based public sector consulting firm.

Salazar worked at Accenture’s federal corporate finance department, where he led million-dollar programs and strategic business units, IntelliDyne said Thursday.

He will be responsible for helping to drive business growth and generate return on investments in his new role.

“Carlos has played a pivotal role in helping us shape IntelliDyne’s new culture of accountability and strategic growth, ” CEO Tony Crescenzo said.

Salazar holds more than a decade of leadership in the government contracting and information technology sectors, including financial management and executive advisory posts.

His career also includes leadership of international programs in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

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