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Press Release: Cadmus Expands Sustainability and Infrastructure Practices with New Strategic Hires

ARLINGTON, Va., October 19—Cadmus, a leading provider of technical and strategic expertise to governments, energy utilities, and private sector companies worldwide announces investment and expansion with new U.S. public sector principals to lead two new practices in the areas of sustainability and infrastructure. This expansion brings together Cadmus’ sustainability technical expertise in resilience, energy, transportation, building energy efficiency, and systems resilience to support and enhance client projects.

Elise Logan will lead Cadmus’ sustainability and resilience practice, providing solutions to a diverse array of federal, state, and local government clients. Logan has nearly 15 years of experience working across multiple facets of the energy sector, including deep expertise in natural gas and electricity markets and their interdependencies. Her focus is on planning and preparing energy markets and infrastructure for decarbonization, especially the challenges of meeting climate-driven targets while maintaining reliability and resilience. Prior to joining Cadmus, Logan led energy research and analysis projects for federal clients at Deloitte and Booz Allen Hamilton.

Kevin Bush will lead Cadmus’ resilient infrastructure practice with federal, state, and local government clients. Bush has extensive experience building coalitions to design and execute award-winning climate, resilience, and emergency management solutions. During his career, holding senior federal and local government leadership roles, Bush has developed and managed diverse teams of over 180 staff and budgets exceeding $90 billion. Prior to joining Cadmus, Bush was appointed to serve as deputy assistant secretary for grant programs at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), overseeing a multi-billion-dollar portfolio of housing, community development, and disaster recovery programs. Earlier in his career he was appointed as Washington, DC’s first Chief Resilience Officer, where he helped lead the District’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. He is a recognized leader of national policy and best practices in equitably preparing for and adapting to a changing climate.

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