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Randy Rutledge Appointed ICF Public Health Systems VP; Ellen Glover Comments

ICF logo_EbizRandy Rutledge, formerly an information technology senior project manager at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has joined ICF International as vice president and business line leader at the company’s public health systems organization in Atlanta.

ICF said Wednesday that Rutledge holds more than 20 years of experience planning, developing and managing IT programs across the healthcare, financial, training and educational sectors.

“The past nine years of direct interaction with CDC’s people, technologies, strategies and missions provides her a great depth of understanding of our CDC client and their future needs, ” said Ellen Glover, ICF executive vice president and general manager.

Rutledge is also an adjunct health informatics lecturer at Mercer University and previously worked for the U.S. Army as a personnel specialist.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercer University, a master’s degree in information systems from New York Institute of Technology and a doctorate in conflict analysis and resolution from Nova Southeastern University.

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