ICF Names Business Ops Leader and CFO

Consulting and digital services provider ICF has made several executive appointments including James Morgan as chief of business operations and Bettina Welsh as chief financial officer, effective Feb. 29.

James Morgan, ICF

James Morgan, ICF

“We are pleased to announce several highly capable leaders taking on new roles that will further strengthen our operations and performance, ensure we remain at the leading edge of innovation in our client work, and support the company’s continued growth,” said John Wasson, ICF president and CEO.

Previously the CFO, Morgan will lead business operations and transformation in a newly created role. He will oversee ICF’s new acquisition integration office and redesigned project management office. Morgan will also continue overseeing M&A, contracts, procurement and administration and corporate IT.

Before joining ICF in 2012, Morgan was executive vice president and chief financial officer of Serco, Inc. He also spent 18 years with Science Applications International Corp.

Bettina Welsh, ICF

Bettina Welsh, ICF

Welsh joined ICF in September 2019 after a 17-year career at SAIC and Leidos. She came to ICF from LMI, where she served as CFO. Welsh also spent 13 years with PwC Office of Government Services, leading domestic and international government modernization projects.

ICF has also named Executive Vice President Sergio Ostria as head of new client services and innovation team. Anne Choate, senior vice president, takes over as head of ICF’s energy, environment and infrastructure business.

“These appointments will help us continue to thrive and grow at an accelerated rate,” Wasson added. “Embracing transformation, innovation and fresh thinking across our corporate functions and client groups will allow us to deliver the capabilities and insights our clients need to stay ahead.”

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