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Joe Echevarria to Retire as Deloitte CEO, Frank Friedman Named Successor

Joe Echevarria
Joe Echevarria

Deloitte CEO Joe Echevarria will focus on public service after he leaves the accounting and consulting firm later this month, Reuters reported Friday.

Lehar Maan writes the 36-year company veteran is retiring after four years at the helm and will be succeeded by Chief Financial Officer Frank Friedman.

The company’s board of directors chose Friedman to assume the chief executive role while a leadership election is underway, according to Reuters.

Echevarria co-chairs My Brother’s Keeper, a White House educational program designed to help minority boys succeed in school and access employment opportunities.

He is also a member of the President’s Export Council and the Presidential Council on Election Administration.

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