Washington, D.C.-based business executive Mark Gerencser has joined management consulting services firm Guidehouse’s board of directors.
Gerencser spent 31 years with Booz Allen Hamilton serving as its managing partner of the Government Business and Commercial Business, as chair of the partnership committee and on its board of directors. He has also venture-funded several startups, including cybersecurity company CyberSpa and internet-of-things encryption company Welbeck Security.
Gerencser currently serves as an independent director on Alion Science and Technology’s board, and is chairman of the board of the University of Maryland, University College Ventures, which works to monetize nonacademic assets to lower tuition costs for adults and military service members. For six years, he was the chairman of the board of visitors for UMUC, receiving the President’s Medal for leadership in advancing higher education.
Gerencser is also a member of the National Security Education Board after a White House nomination and is a member of and on the board of directors for the Business Executives for National Security.
“Mark brings new perspective that will help direct us as we move forward and continue to grow our business,” Guidehouse CEO Scott McIntyre said. “Guidehouse is truly fortunate to have such an outstanding professional help keep us on our successful path.”
Gerencser was also recognized on Consulting Magazine’s Top 25 Most Influential Consultants in the World list.
“I am excited to see Guidehouse in this next phase of growth and am honored for the opportunity to bring my insights and perspectives as part of the stewardship of the firm going forward,” Gerencser said.
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