Cadmus has appointed two public sector executives Elise Logan and Kevin Bush to lead its sustainability- and infrastructure-focused practices catering to federal, state and local government clients.
The company said Wednesday it named Logan, former manager at Deloitte, as principal of sustainability and resilience, and Kevin Bush, former deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, as principal of resilient infrastructure programs.
Logan has 15 years of experience in the energy sector, specializing in natural gas and electricity markets. She helped clients maintain grid resilience while achieving their decarbonization goals. Aside from previously working at Deloitte, she also served as consultant and associate at Booz Allen Hamilton.
Bush, on the other hand, has built a reputation in climate change policy and emergency management offerings. He held senior roles in federal agencies, including as deputy assistant secretary for grant programs at HUD. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he became the first chief resilience officer of the government of Washington, D.C.
“Elise and Kevin bring exceptional experience and expertise to our sustainability and infrastructure practices. Their leadership will enhance our capabilities and transform the support we provide our clients,” said Ian Kline, president and CEO of Cadmus.