PSC Announces 2017 Board, Executive Panel Members; Accenture’s John Goodman Re-Elected Chair

The Professional Services Council re-elected several executives and appointed new members to its 2017 executive committee and board of directors during its annual meeting held Thursday.

John Goodman, chief operating officer of Accenture’s federal services business; and Deb Alderson, president and CEO of Sotera Defense Solutions; were respectively re-elected as PSC’s chair and vice chair, the organization said Friday.

The trade group also re-elected Lexy Kessler, a partner at Aronson’s government contract services group, as treasurer and appointed Carey Smith, president of Parsons’ federal business, as secretary.

Goodman, Alderson and Smith are among the 16 executives from government technology and professional services companies that will join the organization’s 2017 executive committee, which includes five new members and 11 re-elected officers.

Other members of PSC’s 2017 executive panel include:

  • Babs Doherty, president and CEO of Eagle Ray
  • Dan Allen, chairman and CEO of Serco
  • Dan Helfrich, principal at Deloitte Consulting
  • DeEtte Gray, president of intelligence and security sector at BAE Systems
  • Greg Baroni, president and CEO of Attain
  • Jan Auman, president of international development services at Tetra Tech
  • Joe Martore, president and CEO of CALIBRE Systems
  • Julie Susman, president and CEO of Jefferson Consulting Group
  • Kathleen Flanagan, president and CEO of Abt Associates
  • Maria Proestou, president and CEO of Delta Resources
  • PV Puvvada, president of Unisys’ federal systems business
  • Teresa Carlson, vice president of worldwide public sector at Amazon Web Services
  • Trey Obering, an executive vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton

Allen, Alderson, Goodman, Puvvada, Obering, Smith are among the 26 executives that have been elected to serve for another three-year term on the PSC board of the directors, which includes eight new members and 18 re-elected board members.

Other members of the PSC board include:

  • Angela Drummond, founder and CEO of SiloSmashers
  • Bill Vantine, president and CEO of Systems Planning and Analysis
  • Bonnie Carroll, founder and CEO of Information International Associates
  • Brad Antle, CEO of Salient CRGT
  • Chris Marston, lead partner at KPMG’s federal advisory services business
  • Cristina Mossi, president and CEO of Devis
  • Dan Helfrich, principal at Deloitte Consulting
  • David Young, sector VP of global strategy and relations at Northrop Grumman
  • Frances Craig, president and CEO of Unanet
  • James Boomgard, president annd CEO of DAI
  • Julian Setian, president and CEO of SOSi
  • Kent Smith, president of Del-Jen and VP at Fluor Government Services
  • Kevin Beverly, president of Social & Scientific Systems
  • Lynn Dugle, president and CEO of Engility
  • Mark Gray, president and CEO of ASRC Federal
  • Phil Kangas, principal at Grant Thornton’s public sector business
  • Rob Stein, VP of the U.S. public sector at NetApp
  • Susi Mudge, president and CEO of Chemonics International
  • Tim Hurlebaus, president of CGI Federal
  • Tom Romeo, president and general manager of the federal division at Maximus


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