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John Wasson to Succeed Sudhakar Kesavan as ICF CEO in October

Jeff Brody
John Wasson

The board of directors of ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI) has approved President and Chief Operating Officer John Wasson to succeed Sudhakar Kesavan as CEO of the global consulting services provider by Oct. 1.

Wasson will also serve as a board member while Kesavan, who has led the company since 1999, will become executive chairman as part of the succession plan unveiled Thursday.

Throughout his 32-year tenure, Wasson has managed client work in the firm's energy, public health, disaster recovery and environment business areas.

He oversees business development, acquisition integration, recruitment and client-facing team functions in his current capacity.

Wasson is a board member at the Northern Virginia Technology Council and chair of the dean's executive committee at University of California Davis College of Engineering.

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