ICF has announced Senior Vice President Mark Lee as the new head of its public sector group, having held several leadership roles during his 20-year career with the global consulting and digital services provider.
As new public sector lead, Lee will succeed Ellen Glover, an ICF executive vice president retiring May 3. Since joining the company in 1997, Lee has led the company’s environmental health sciences business and most recently, served as a business development leader and as the leader of ICF’s disaster management division.
In his new position, Lee will oversee the company’s federal, state and local government clients in areas of health, disaster recovery and resilience, environment, technology, cybersecurity, communications and social programs.
Throughout his tenure, Lee has been a key contributor to the growth of ICF public sector, according to CEO Sudhakar Kesavan.
“Under his leadership, we will continue to stay ahead of shifting client needs and provide services that make meaningful impact to federal and state and local agencies,” Kesavan said.
Lee’s predecessor Glover joined ICF in 2005 and has more than 40 years of experience in the tech market. According to Kesavan, Glover has been “instrumental in driving major growth for ICF, delivering important outcomes for our clients and developing a talented and diverse cadre of leaders.”
With tenure in the company, Lee is stepping in as a trusted leader in the position.