ECS Names Pamela Rothka CFO; George Wilson Quoted

ECS Names Pamela Rothka CFO; George Wilson Quoted
Pamela Rothka

ECS has appointed Pamela Rothka as chief financial officer (CFO) to supervise strategic finance, accounting, contracts, pricing, business operations and facilities, the company reported on Tuesday

“Pamela is an industry leader with the knowledge and experience to have a significant impact on ECS’ future,” said George Wilson, president of ECS and 2020 Wash100 Award recipient. “We are proud to have Pamela join our team and look forward to leveraging her partnership, knowledge, and experience to support our growth.”

In her new role, Rothka will also spearhead ECS’ mergers and acquisitions, as well as divisional reporting.  She brings over 20 years of experience in corporate finance, a career that spans both the government and commercial sectors. Prior to joining ECS, Rothka served as CFO with Octo Consulting

“I’m excited to be a part of the ECS family and look forward to serving our customers,” said Rothka. “I am eager to collaborate with my new teammates to chart the financial path forward for ECS.”

About ECS

ECS, a segment of ASGN, delivers advanced solutions in cloud, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), application and IT modernization, science, and engineering. 

The company solves critical, complex challenges for customers across the U.S. public sector, defense, intelligence, and commercial industries. ECS maintains partnerships with leading cloud, cybersecurity, and AI/ML providers and holds specialized certifications in their technologies. Headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, ECS has more than 3,000 employees throughout the United States.

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