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Linda Rebrovick Appointed to Guidehouse Board; Scott McIntyre Quoted

Linda Rebrovick

Linda Rebrovick, a seasoned business leader, has joined the board of directors of management consulting services provider Guidehouse.

Rebrovick’s “success building healthcare and technology services is unmatched, and her understanding of both the public sector and commercial markets adds strength to our expansion strategies,” Guidehouse CEO Scott McIntyre said in a statement published Tuesday.

“We are delighted that Linda has joined the Guidehouse board and we are confident that Guidehouse will benefit from her insights, judgment and counsel,” added McIntyre, a 2019 Wash100 winner.

Rebrovick, who currently sits on the boards of HealthStream (Nasdaq: HSTM) and Consensus Point, brings to the company over four decades of leadership experience and expertise in digital transformation, product commercialization and prediction markets.

She previously served as a board member of KPMG, Tribridge Enterprises and Pinnacle Financial Partners and held leadership positions at IBM (NYSE: IBM), BearingPoint and Dell. She is the founding board director of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center and co-founder and co-chair of Global Women Corporate Directors’ Tennessee chapter.

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