ICF Appoints Seasoned Investment Executive to Board of Directors

(NASDAQ:ICFI), a consulting and technology services provider to
commercial and government clients around the world, has elected Randy
Mehl, CFA to its board
of directors
, the company announced today. Mehl brings over two
decades of experience in investing in and growing professional services
companies to ICF as the company continues its positive growth momentum.

Mehl is president and chief investment officer of Stewardship Capital
Advisors, LLC, which manages an equity fund focused on making
investments in business and technology services. He previously served as
a managing director and partner with Baird Capital, a middle-market
private equity group, where he led the team focused on business and
technology services. Mehl was nationally recognized as a senior equity
research analyst during his time with Robert W. Baird & Company,
covering business and technology services, including consulting,
business process outsourcing, and staffing.

“Randy is an excellent addition to our board,” said Sudhakar
, ICF chairman and CEO. “He is a collaborative leader who not
only understands how investors look at professional services companies,
but also the key strategic levers we need to pull in order to
effectively scale.”

Mehl currently serves on the board for Kforce Inc., a publicly-traded
professional staffing firm, and has held previous board positions with
many privately held companies, including Myelin, a marketing services
business, Workforce Insight, a provider of workforce optimization
solutions, and MedData (now a subsidiary of MEDNAX), a provider of
revenue cycle management solutions. He also served on the investment
committee for several private equity funds affiliated with Baird Capital.

“I’m honored and excited to join the ICF team,” said Mehl. “This
passionate and talented team has grown the business tremendously over
the past several years while maintaining a culture of innovation. I am
excited to be part of the continued evolution of ICF.”

One of the world’s leading consultancies, ICF works with companies in
critical markets and governments all over the world to plan, design, and
implement transformative projects. Over 5,000 business analysts, policy
specialists, technologists, researchers, digital strategists, social
scientists and creatives across 70 countries support hundreds of
organizations. For nearly 50 years, ICF has stayed relevant by taking
non-traditional approaches to some of the most pressing challenges
facing their clients.

About ICF

ICF is a global consulting and technology services provider with more
than 5,000 professionals focused on making big things possible for our
clients. We are business analysts, policy specialists, technologists,
researchers, digital strategists, social scientists and creatives. Since
1969, government and commercial clients have worked with ICF to overcome
their toughest challenges on issues that matter profoundly to their
success. Come engage with us at

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