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Horacio Rozanski Adds President Role at Booz Allen; Ralph Shrader Comments

Horacio D. Rozanski
Horacio D. Rozanski

Horacio Rozanski, chief operating officer at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) since 2011, will serve in the additional role of president for the firm starting on Jan. 1, 2014.

Rozanski will continue reporting to Ralph Shrader, chairman and CEO of Booz Allen, the firm said Monday.

Shrader said Rozanski will work with the rest of Booz Allen’s executive team in executing the company’s strategy for customers, shareholders and employees.

“Horacio has served as Booz Allen’s chief operating officer since 2011, and the position of president reflects his success as COO, and his ongoing leadership of the firm’s next-generation business strategy, ” Shrader added.BoozAllenLogo

Rozanski first joined the firm in 1992 and later elevated to vice president in 1999, followed by chief personnel officer in 2003 and then chief strategy and talent officer in 2010.

He also helped lead Booz Allen through its initial public offering in 2010 and the 2008 separation into government market-focused Booz Allen Hamilton and commercial-focused Booz & Company.

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