Parsons Appoints Bradley as North America East Division Manager, Industrial

PASADENA, CA (February 16, 2016) – Parsons announced that Leslie S. Bradley, Senior Vice President, has been appointed North America East Division Manager for its Industrial business unit (BU). In her new role, Ms. Bradley will be responsible for the Industrial BU’s sales and operations in Eastern North America.

“Leslie has more than 25 years of industry experience, and since joining the corporation she has been instrumental in the success of our business unit,” said Mike Walsh, Parsons Group President. “Her knowledge and leadership skills will be vital as we continue to streamline our processes and grow our business.”

Ms. Bradley’s expertise covers a wide range of activities, including finance and accounting, purchasing, management, contracting, project management, system integration, international business, and strategic planning. She joined Parsons in 2001 and has held both division level and international finance roles over the course of her tenure with the company. Most recently, she served as Senior Vice President and Environment Division Manager for Parsons Environment & Infrastructure Group Inc. (PE&I), now known as Industrial. Prior to that, she served as PE&I’s Finance Manager. In addition, she has served as a key member of the corporate internal audit team and also participated in the company’s Leadership Council.

Ms. Bradley holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Lander University in Greenwood, SC. She is based in Charlotte, NC.

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