Parsons Names New SVP and Regional Development Executive for New York and New Jersey; Group President Jim Shappell Comments

Parsons has recently appointed Dean Angelakos as the firm’s new senior vice president and regional development executive for New York and New Jersey. Angelakos responsibilities include developing relationships in the New York/New Jersey markets and representing Parsons to key stakeholders in the communities where the firm is expanding their presence.

“Dean’s wealth of knowledge and relationships will be invaluable as we work to strengthen and develop customer relationships and continue our legacy of delivering quality service in New York and New Jersey,” said Jim Shappell, Parsons group president of Development/Strategy.

Prior to joining Parsons, the executive served in positions where he was responsible working for both the state and city of New York. He worked in offices including the city and state Comptroller, the New York City Deputy Mayor for Finance and Economic Development, and the New York City Council among other offices.

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