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JOHN WASSON CEO, PRESIDENT AND CHAIRMAN, ICF INTERNATIONAL INC., RESTON


Upon joining the global consulting and digital services provider as an associate in 1987, Wasson steadily climbed the ranks. In 2003 he became ICF’s chief operating officer and in 2010 he was named president. In that role, Wasson managed all of ICF’s client-facing operating groups and the corporate business development function. In January, Wasson became executive chairman of the company’s board of directors when former CEO Sudhakar Kesavan retired. He leads nearly 7,500 employees.


In 2020, ICF’s gross revenue was $1.51 billion, an increase of 1.9%. The company won contracts valued at over $1.96 billion. In January 2020 the company announced its $255 million purchase of Incentive Technology Group LLC, and the company plans to move its global headquarters from Fairfax to the new Reston Station development. NASA announced in April it had awarded ICF a contract worth about $34 million to provide technical and administrative support to the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) National Coordination Office. Wasson is a member of the Northern Virginia


Technology Council’s board and chair of the dean’s exec- utive committee at the University of California, Davis’ College of Engineering, his alma mater. Wasson also received a master’s degree from MIT.


ARDINE WILLIAMS VICE PRESIDENT OF HQ2 WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, AMAZON.COM INC., ARLINGTON


On Twitter, Williams describes herself as a Workforce Wonk. In her job, she devel- ops strategies to find and develop talent for Amazon’s $2.5 billion East Coast HQ2 in Arlington, where Amazon has committed to hiring 25,000 workers by 2030. Sometimes, Williams also helps to develop talent for the world outside of


Amazon. Her team runs Amazon’s Career Choice, a program where the company pays 95% of tuition for hourly employees interested in earning certificates and associate degrees to prepare them for in-demand career fields like aircraſt mechan- ics, computer-aided design and health care. Earlier, Williams was vice president of talent acquisition for Amazon Web


Services. For that role, Williams, who began her career as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army Signal Corps in 1983, worked to create a military apprenticeship pro- gram that helps members of the military community, veterans and their spouses transition to careers in cloud computing. Amazon wooed Williams months into her retirement from Intel, where she


had served as vice president of HR enterprise services. Gov. Ralph Northam appointed Williams to William & Mary’s board of


visitors in June. She also serves as vice chair of the advisory committee of the Capital CoLAB.


GEORGE WILSON PRESIDENT AND CEO, ECS FEDERAL LLC, FAIRFAX


Wilson joined ECS in 2011 as chief strategy officer and was named president and CEO in 2014. With headquarters in Fairfax, the com- pany delivers solutions and services in cloud, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, application and IT modernization, and science and engineering for clients across the U.S. public sector, defense, intelligence and commercial industries. The company employs more than 3,000 professionals throughout the United States. In 2018, ASGN Inc., a Henrico County-based IT and professional services company, acquired ECS Federal for $775 million. ASGN kept Wilson on as president. Previously, Wilson worked for Stanley Inc., an Arlington information technology company,


for more than two decades. He leſt the business in 2010 as its executive vice president. Wilson holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy and an MBA from George Washington University. He served as a Navy lieutenant, integrating Tomahawk cruise missiles into submarines. Wilson is a board member of Professional Services Council, a trade association for the government technology and professional services industry, and the Springfield-based Brain Injury Services, a nonprofit that serves individuals and families dealing with brain injuries, strokes and concussions.


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Ardine Williams photo by Stephen Gosling


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