Guidehouse Names Eight New Partners; Scott McIntyre Quoted

Jeff Brody
Scott McIntyre

Guidehouse has announced the appointment of eight new partners to lead the management consulting firm’s various practices in Washington, D.C., New York and London.

“Each of our newest partners brings a demonstrated level of commitment to quality in serving our clients, deep industry knowledge, and a passion for growing our business,” Scott McIntyre, CEO of Guidehouse and a 2020 Wash100 award winner, said in a statement published Monday.

David Weiss, a corporate and commercial strategy professional, has been named a partner within Guidehouse’s health care life sciences practice in New York with oversight of biopharma accounts.

Greg Hafer oversees the company’s Military Health System account team as a partner for public health practice in Washington, D.C.

Jan-Willem Bode, a more than two-decade climate finance and project development professional, serves as a partner within the energy, sustainability and infrastructure segment in London.

Kemal Karakaya, a telecommunications, housing and transportation industry veteran, has been appointed partner for Guidehouse’s state and local government practice in New York.

Marc Brickhouse, who has more than 22 years of experience in federal and commercial modernization efforts, serves as a partner in the Washington, D.C.-based public sector financial services practice.

Matthew Dwyer, a 15-year public sector veteran, has been appointed a partner within the energy, sustainability and infrastructure segment in Washington, D.C.

Ramadas Poorna Chandra (P.C.) Aithal, who has experience in enterprise performance management, business intelligence and enterprise resource planning, serves as a partner within the company’s advanced solutions practice in Washington, D.C.

Ruba Elbasha, a more than 15-year business consulting and financial management executive, serves as a partner within the Washington, D.C.-based national security segment.

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