Arlington, Va. (Dec. 17, 2021)
PSC Elects Carey Smith, Zach Parker and Bill Vantine to 2022 Board Leadership
The Professional Services Council (PSC) Board of Directors has elected Carey Smith, Parsons President and Chief Executive Officer, as Chair of the Board of Directors for 2022.
Smith is joined by Zach Parker, President, Chief Executive Officer, and Board Director of DLH Corporation, as Vice Chair and Bill Vantine, President and CEO, Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc., as Secretary of the Board of Directors
. As leaders of the Board’s Executive Committee, they will shape the agenda and governance for the association, working closely with PSC leadership and staff to accomplish the association’s goals and objectives.
“Professional services companies deliver mission-critical solutions and support to government partners every day around the globe,” said Parsons’ President and Chief Executive Officer Carey Smith. “PSC is the collective voice of our industry and works tirelessly on behalf of its more than 400 members to advance the interests of our sector. I’ve been personally engaged with PSC for decades and am honored to serve as Chair of this all-important of organizations in 2022 and to work with member companies in expanding the equities of our industry.”
Smith, Parker, and Vantine were elected to their one-year terms at the Board of Directors meeting on December 16. The Board of Directors consists of executives from member companies who have shown leadership in the industry and commitment to PSC’s goals for building a fair and competitive federal contracting marketplace. They are nominated by their peers and reflect the breadth and diversity of PSC member companies.
“Our industry has faced many challenges during the last year, and PSC is grateful for the leadership during these uncertain times of outgoing PSC Board of Directors Chair Roger Krone of Leidos,” said PSC President and CEO David J. Berteau. “The next year will bring its own set of challenges, from budget uncertainty to the disruption to the workforce caused by COVID-19. With the experience and knowledge of Carey, Zach, and Bill, PSC will continue to address these challenges and serve our members and their government customers. I am grateful to these new officers for their leadership and willingness to serve.”
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