Cadmus hires Andrea Marr to lead Firm’s Energy Services Division

Andrea Marr, Energy Services Division, Cadmus
Andrea Marr, Energy Services Division, Cadmus

Cadmus, a leading provider of technical and strategic expertise to governments, energy utilities, and private sector companies worldwide, announced Andrea Marr has joined the firm as its Energy Services Division Leader.

Marr is an experienced business leader who has effectively led energy-focused business units serving utilities, commercial clients, and industrial clients. Her diverse background spans the clean energy economy and provides her with a unique perspective on pressing issues of decarbonization and the future of the electric grid. Most recently, she served as Vice President of Industrial Energy at Willdan Energy Solutions, where she developed and executed a new strategic roadmap that made significant inroads into new markets, while improving performance and delivery across the business unit.

Marr is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and holds a Ph.D. in Leadership with a focus in Organizational Management from the University of San Diego. In 2013, she was recognized by the White House as a Champion of Change for her work in energy as a veteran.

Terry Fry, Executive Vice President and Head of Global Energy Strategy
Terry Fry, Executive Vice President and Head of Global Energy Strategy

Terry Fry, who previously led Cadmus’ Energy Services Division, moves into a new role as Executive Vice President and Head of Global Energy Strategy. This role supports the firm’s goal of significantly expanding its energy-focused work across the globe as a premier provider of services related to the energy transition, energy resilience, energy independence, decarbonization, distributed energy resources, electrification, and other high-growth and high-impact areas.

President and CEO Ian Kline

“I’m delighted Andrea is bringing her exceptional experience, leadership capabilities, and strategic insight to our energy services division,” said President and CEO Ian Kline. “I’m also thrilled that Terry will be working across Cadmus to expand the support we are providing to utility and public sector clients around the globe on critical issues related to energy and decarbonization. Together, these two appointments enhance our ability to grow our impact and deliver for our clients.”

“Cadmus is home to some of the best talent collaborating with industry-leading innovators on today’s most pressing energy issues,” said Marr. “I’m excited to be joining the Cadmus leadership team as the firm continues to grow and innovate.”



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