Global consulting and digital services provider ICF has added industry leader and former Hewlett Packard Enterprise and DXC Technology executive Marilyn Crouther to its board of directors.
Crouther has over 30 years of leadership experience in the technology and government contracting markets. She previously served as senior vice president and general manager for HPE’s $3 billion U.S. public sector business, where she was responsible for market strategy, operations and delivering offerings to federal, state and local government clients.
Additionally, Crouther played an important role in the company’s merger with Computer Sciences Corp., which lead to the creation of DXC Technology.
“Marilyn is a welcome addition to our board,” said Sudhakar Kesavan, ICF executive chairman. “Her impressive track record of leading large, complex IT projects for public sector clients complements our focus on high-growth, high-profile areas including IT modernization and digital transformation.”
Crouther serves on the board of directors for the Center for Innovation Technology and the Information Technology Senior Management Forum. She was named to WashingtonExec’s inaugural “Top 30 Execs to Watch List” in 2016.
“I look forward to sharing my expertise and helping clients navigate constantly evolving industries and consumer expectations,” Crouther said. “It’s an honor to join ICF’s board of directors and work alongside such a talented and purpose-driven team.”