Sherry Browder Named Gov't Services President at Management Solutions

Sherry Browder
Sherry Browder

Sherry Browder, a 30-year project management veteran, has been named president at Management Solutions' government services unit.

As part of her new role, Browder will help the business unit grow its portfolio of services for current and potential clients, the company said Thursday.

Prior to her appointment, Browder served as reindustrialization manager at AECOM and Jacobs' URS/CH2M Oak Ridge joint venture. She also held senior leadership roles at Leidos and Science Applications International Corp.

“The appointment of a seasoned veteran like Sherry Browder to the Management Solutions team demonstrates our ambition and drive to grow our business in the government sector,“ said Misty Mayes, founder of Management Solutions.

Mayes is slated to hold the role of CEO and lead the firm's expansion efforts within the commercial sector.

Management Solutions is a Knoxville, Tenn.-based company that offers healthcare, engineering, construction and information technology support services.

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