Marilyn is a member of ICF’s Board of Directors. For more than 30 years, she has delivered transformational technology and IT modernization services through horizontal offerings and vertical industry go-to-market approaches.
Marilyn is the founder of Crouther Consulting, LLC, a firm that provides consulting services to IT companies. Before that, she was senior vice president and general manager for Hewlett Packard Enterprise, a $3 billion public sector business. First joining Hewlett Packard in 1989, Marilyn served in various senior management positions, including vice president of finance for the U.S. public sector business and industry controller for its government industry group. She also played a pivotal role in the merger of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Computer Sciences Corporation, which led to the creation of DXC Technology in 2017.
Marilyn serves on the board of directors for the Center for Innovative Technology and the Information Technology Senior Management Forum. Previously, she was a board member and a vice chair for the Northern Virginia Technology Council. A certified public accountant, she is a member of the Texas Society of Public Accountants.
Marilyn is a graduate of the Southern Methodist University Finance Certificate Program and the Thunderbird Executive Development Program. FedScoop recognized her as one of the Top Women in Technology and, for four consecutive years, named her one of D.C.’s Top 50 Women in Tech.
B.Accy., Mississippi State University