Charles Harrington was appointed Chief Executive Officer in May 2008. He was named Chairman of the Parsons Board of Directors later that year and President of the corporation in 2009. Before his appointment in 2006 to the position of Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer of Parsons, Mr. Harrington was the founding President of one of Parsons’ business units. In addition to his responsibilities at Parsons, Mr. Harrington serves on the boards of AES Corporation and J.G. Boswell Company. He also serves on several nonprofit boards, including the Business-Higher Education Forum, the California Science Center Foundation Board of Trustees, and the California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo Foundation Board of Directors.
Gary Adams is President of Parsons Middle East Africa (MEA) business unit and is responsible for leading the company’s operations throughout the MEA region. Before his role as President of MEA, Mr. Adams held positions with increasing levels of responsibility, most recently as Executive Vice President and Global Operations Director of Parsons Transportation Group (now the Infrastructure business unit). In California, he served on several regional boards, including a toll road agency, and lectured at two universities on engineering and transportation topics. Mr. Adams is a fellow in both the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Institute of Transportation Engineers.
George Ball was appointed Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President in 2008. Since joining the company in 1983, he has served in a variety of financial and operational positions. In addition to his responsibilities at Parsons, he serves on the Board of Directors of NCI Building Systems, Inc., Wells Fargo Real Estate Investment Corporation, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California, and the Los Angeles Arboretum Foundation Board of Trustees.
Debra Fiori serves as Corporate Senior Vice President of Talent Management and is responsible for leadership development, succession planning, organizational design, reward systems, talent acquisition, and human resources operations. Ms. Fiori joined Parsons in 2007 as Talent Management Director and then progressed to Vice President. Ms. Fiori is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management, G100, the Human Resources Roundtable at the University of California at Los Angeles, and the Women Transportation Seminar. She currently serves on the Board of Kidspace Children’s Museum.
Don Graul is President of Parsons’ Construction business unit and leads the corporation’s infrastructure construction business throughout North America. He rejoined Parsons in February 2015 as Executive Vice President of Design-Build Construction, and he previously served as Senior Executive for Alternative Project Delivery. Mr. Graul is a member of the Construction Industry Round Table, the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, the Transportation Research Board, the American Society of Civil Engineers, and the Design-Build Institute of America.
Virginia Grebbien is Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff. She oversees the corporation’s corporate strategy, government relations, investment and development, and marketing and communications functions. She joined Parsons in 2008 and most recently served as the President of one of Parsons’ business units. Ms. Grebbien is a recognized expert in the water sector. She also has considerable experience in government relations, public policy, strategic customer development, business development, project development and finance, and project management. She currently serves on the boards of Liberty Utilities, the California Science Center, the California Foundation on the Environment and Economy, the Los Angeles Business Council, and the Los Angeles Sports Council.
Mike Johnson is President of Parsons Infrastructure, a primary business unit providing full-service engineering, management, and technical services in the North American transportation, infrastructure, oil and gas, water, and wastewater markets. Mr. Johnson has more than 25 years of progressive experience, ascending from the management of multimodal projects and corridor/infrastructure development for complex projects to his most recent position as Executive Vice President of Business Development. He is a member of several professional organizations such as the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association; the Design-Build Institute of America; the American Public Transit Association; and the American Road and Transportation Builders Association.
Mike Kolloway serves as Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Parsons Corporation. He joined Parsons in 2016 as Vice President & Deputy General Counsel – Americas. Before that, he served as Senior Corporate Vice President/Assistant General Counsel for Operations and Risk Management at AECOM. He began his career as a partner in the Chicago law firm of Rock, Fusco and Garvey where he was a member of the Federal Trial Bar for the Northern District of Illinois, focusing his practice on civil litigation.
Mike Loose is Senior Vice President of Operations, responsible for managing operations and business support across the global organization, including enterprise safety, quality, sustainability, innovation, information services, security, and project management. Mr. Loose joined Parsons in 2010 as Manager of the Infrastructure & Environment Division of Parsons’ Federal business unit (then know as Infrastructure & Technology), where he led Parsons’ services to its federal customers that encompassed the full life cycle of the natural and built environments. He has also served as Program Manager for the corporation’s transformation through its FORWARD initiative.
Tom Roell is Vice Chairman and Chief Risk Advisor of Parsons Corporation. In this role, Mr. Roell is responsible for the corporation’s enterprise, portfolio, and project risk functions. Prior to this position, he served as Group Executive for Operations & Risk, where he was responsible for worldwide business unit operations, enterprise risk, quality management, and global initiatives focused on sustainability, innovation, and project management. Before that, Mr. Roell served as President of Parsons Infrastructure & Technology Group (now the Federal business unit). He is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Engineering & Construction Risk Institute. Mr. Roell is also a recipient of the Pennsylvania State University 2012 Outstanding Engineering Alumnus Award.
Carey Smith is President of Parsons’ Federal business unit, with responsibility for its global operations. Federal delivers services to a broad range of government customers across the engineering and technical services, security, intelligence, infrastructure, environmental, training, and logistics markets. Before joining Parsons, she served in progressive leadership roles at Honeywell, including President of the Defense and Space business unit, Vice President of Honeywell Aerospace Customer and Product Support, and President of Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc. Prior to joining Honeywell, Ms. Smith held various positions with Lockheed Martin Corporation. She is a member of the Professional Services Council’s Executive Committee and Board of Directors.
Mr. Harrington was appointed Chief Executive Officer in May 2008. He was named Chairman of the Parsons Board of Directors later that year and President of the corporation in 2009. Before his appointment in 2006 to the position of Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer of Parsons, Mr. Harrington was the founding President of one of Parsons’ business units.
Mr. Dahlberg was Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and President of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). Before joining SAIC, he was Executive Vice President of General Dynamics. Prior to that, he was President and Chief Operating Officer of Raytheon Systems Company and subsequently President of Raytheon International. Before that, he was Senior Vice President of Hughes Aircraft and Corporate Vice President of Hughes Electronics. Mr. Dahlberg is also a Director on the boards of Teledyne Technologies, Inc. and Motorola Solutions.
Mr. Holdsworth is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC. Before that, he was a Vice President of Corporate Finance at U.S. Bancorp Libra, Inc. He serves as Vice Chairman of EP Management Corporation and served as Chairman of International Wire Group. Mr. Holdsworth currently serves as Chairman of WinCup, Inc., and Chairman of Real Mex Restaurants, Inc. He is a National Trustee of Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Ms. Johns is the former Head of Safety and Operational Risk for BP’s global downstream business based in London. Over the course of her 25+ years with BP, Ms. Johns held numerous leadership roles managing multinational businesses and international strategic business development. While residing in Shanghai, China, she served as Chair of SECCO, a joint venture (JV) between BP, Sinopec, and Shanghai Petrochemical Corporation. Ms. Johns also served on the JV boards of three Malaysian petrochemical companies. Her passion for diversity in the workplace led to her role as Chair of BP’s global women’s network, and she was recognized in 2014 with a Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Award for demonstrating excellence and leadership in her career.
Mr. Leer is former Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Arch Coal, Inc. He previously served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, and before that he was President as well as Chief Executive Officer from the time the company was formed. Prior to Arch Coal’s formation, Mr. Leer served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Arch Mineral Corporation, one of Arch Coal’s predecessor companies. In addition, he serves on the boards of Norfolk Southern Corporation, USG Corporation, and Washington University in St. Louis, and is a former regent of the University of the Pacific.
Ms. Lundgren is the President, Chief Executive Officer, and a Director of Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. (SSI). Before that, she was Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of SSI. Prior to joining SSI, she was a Managing Director at JPMorgan Chase, a managing Director at Deutsche Bank in New York and London, and a partner at the law firm of Hogan & Hartson, LLP. Ms. Lundgren serves as a Director on the boards of Ryder System, Inc., and the Portland Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. She is Chairman of the Board of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Committee of 200, and a member of the Business Leadership Council of Wellesley College.
Mr. McGovern is Senior Managing Partner of Alagem Capital; Chief Executive Officer and President of Dunhill Technologies, LLC; and Partner with McGovern & Smith Law Firm. Mr. McGovern previously served as Acting Secretary of the U.S. Air Force and Staff Director of the Senate Committee on Armed Services.
Mr. Mitchell was National Managing Partner of Deloitte & Touche LLP’s mortgage banking and finance practice. Before that, his roles with the firm included Regional Managing Partner for various practices, Associate National Managing Partner for the banking and thrift practice, and partner in the mergers and acquisitions and capital markets practice. Mr. Mitchell currently serves as a director for Special Value Opportunities Fund LLC; Reis, Inc.; Grandpoint Capital, Inc.; and Western Asset Mortgage Capital Corporation. In addition, he serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Marshall & Stevens. Mr. Mitchell also serves as Chairman and President of the Southern California Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). He is recognized by NACD as a Board Leadership Fellow and was named to the “100 Most Influential People in Corporate Governance” list by Directorship magazine in 2011 and 2012. In addition, he served a 2-year term as an Accounting Fellow for a federal agency.
Maj. Gen. Vautrinot is President of Kilovolt Consulting, Inc., a cyber security strategy and technology consulting firm. She serves as a Director on the boards for Symantec Corporation; ECOLAB, Inc.; the Battelle Memorial Institute, and Wells Fargo. Before retiring, she was a Major General in the United States Air Force and served as Commander, 24th Air Force and Air Forces Cyber.