ICF International, a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, has named Randy Rutledge, who has a doctorate in conflict analysis and resolutions, to the position of vice president and line of business leader for ICF's newly reorganized public health systems team in Atlanta.
Ms. Rutledge has more than 20 years of commercial and government experience in the planning, development and management of information technology (IT) programs that support public health, healthcare, financial services, training and education. She is an expert in health informatics and technology solutions that ensure stakeholders have the information they need for critical public health strategy, investment, policy and program decisions. Most recently, before joining ICF, she worked at the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as an IT senior project manager.
"Dr. Rutledge is passionate about developing solutions that achieve results for clients and their organizations. The past nine years of direct interaction with CDC's people, technologies, strategies and missions provides her a great depth of understanding of our CDC client and their future needs," said Ellen Glover, executive vice president and general manager for ICF International.
"Health data proliferation and the urgent need for scientists and public health professionals to perform real-time analysis and dissemination of findings in response to public health issues present ever increasing challenges that must be supported with innovative methodologies, services and tools," said Mary Whitley, senior vice president for ICF International. "We will greatly benefit from Dr. Rutledge's experience and training as we add to our robust suite of capabilities."
Ms. Rutledge has a bachelor's degree in organizational leadership from Mercer University in Atlanta and a Master of Business Administration with a focus in information systems from New York Institute of Technology. Her doctorate in conflict analysis and resolution is from Nova Southeastern University in Miami. Ms. Rutledge also served as a personnel specialist with the United States Army. She is a member of the adjunct faculty at Mercer University in Atlanta, where she is credentialed to teach health informatics courses.
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