She will work to address compliance risks and support digital transformation efforts, the company said Thursday. Urbanchuk will also lead the company’s ethics and compliance program and help Parsons follow all applicable laws and regulations.
“With nearly 13 years of experience in both the government and private sectors, Kim brings in-depth legal knowledge to Parsons,” said Mike Kolloway, Parsons’ general counsel.
Urbanchuk’s experience encompasses the areas of ethics, compliance, procurement, government contracts, oversight, investigations, governance, legislation, due diligence, anticorruption and other administrative law, the company noted.
At Airbus, she led a strategy to develop and sustain regional ethics and anti-corruption compliance in North America. Urbanchuk also previously served as a counsel for oversight and investigations for the U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.