Michael Baker International Promotes 30-Year Vet Frank Terak to Federal Market SVP

Frank Terak, national market lead for the U.S. Army and Army Corps of Engineers market segment at Michael Baker International, has been promoted to senior vice president of the federal markets practice at the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based engineering and consulting services provider.

Terak will provide direction to the federal markets group’s business programs and help develop, assess and target new opportunities and customers through the company’s office in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, Michael Baker International said Tuesday.

He is a 30-year company veteran who leads the Army market segment as part of the firm’s Defense Department business in which he manages sales and marketing operations, tactical action plan and strategy development initiatives.

Michael Baker International also appointed three other executives as part of the expansion of its federal markets practice to facilitate service delivery to clients and handle growth opportunities in the federal business sector.

Jeff Sparrow, national market lead for the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, will elevate to the role of national market lead for federal civilian clients.

Sparrow will oversee proposal development, capture planning and new client relationships through the firm’s office in Alexandria, Virginia.

Bill Shiderly, senior program manager for the firm’s defense market, has been named national market lead for the Army and USACE.

Shiderly will collaborate with other DoD and federal national market leads to provide strategic growth and build up the company’s defense and federal market programs through the company’s Pennsylvania-based office.

John Alberghini, a 20-year U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps veteran, has been appointed national market lead for the Navy.

He will work with practice leaders and client service teams to develop strategic and tactical plans for new business opportunities through the firm’s office in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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