About ICF
Terence McKittrick
Senior Vice President, Public Health
Terence has extensive senior-level domestic and international experience in public health, strategic and organizational planning, management consulting, and information technology.

Terence has more than 30 years of experience supporting public health and IT. In his current role, he leads the public health, informatics, and technology business unit, providing leadership to a staff of public health, management consulting, and information technology professionals principally focused on the federal health marketplace.

Terence is an accomplished management consultant who has supported federal public health clients, bringing insights from across a broad array of engagements to help focus their strategy and improve their business processes. He also provides senior leadership for IT transformation efforts, helping clients with practical and efficient modernization initiatives.

Terence is a partner of the American Council of Technology / Industry Advisory Council and a former co-chair of the Fellows Outreach Committee. He is a certified project management professional and holds an IT Infrastructure Library Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management.

Education
  • B.A., Classics, University of Virginia
  • M.S., Global Health, George Mason University
Publications
  • McKittrick, T.R., & Jacobsen, K.H. (2014). Oral hygiene practices among middle-school students in 44 low- and middle-income countries. International Dental Journal, 64:164-170.
  • McKittrick, T.R., & Jacobsen, K.H. (2015). Oral hygiene and handwashing practices among middle-school students in 15 Latin American and Caribbean countries. West Indian Medical Journal, 64(3): 266-268.