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Todd Cordell, Jamila Taylor Take HR Leadership Roles at Guidehouse; Scott McIntyre Quoted

Todd Cordell and Jamila Taylor, both of whom previously worked at General Electric (NYSE: GE), have been appointed to human resources leadership positions at Guidehouse‘s Washington, D.C. office.

Cordell will serve as chief HR officer and Taylor will be head of HR operations, Guidehouse said Thursday.

“They each bring really relevant experiences and a great understanding of the unique challenges of today’s human capital programs,” said Guidehouse CEO Scott McIntyre.

Taylor is a more than two-decade professional, having previously led the global HR operations of GE’s healthcare business.

Cordell brings more than 25 years of HR experience to his new position.

Guidehouse was known as the PwC public sector business prior to its acquisition by investment company Veritas Capital in May of last year.

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