IRS loses Mark Everson to American Red Cross

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The American Red Cross Board of Governors has unanimously approved Mark W. Everson, currently serving as Commissioner of Internal Revenue, to become the next president and CEO of the Red Cross, effective May 29, 2007. The vote was taken at a regularly scheduled meeting of the full Board.

Mark Everson brings to the Red Cross an accomplished management record in both the public and private sectors. Everson has served as the 46th Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service since May 5, 2003. In this capacity, he developed and implemented a five-year strategic plan for the $10 billion, 100,000 person agency, which connected vision with measurable results. Everson earlier served as Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget where he chaired the President’s Management Council and was charged with strengthening and improving federal management and program performance. In the private sector, Everson served as Group Vice President – Finance for SC International, a $2 billion privately-owned food services company with leading market positions in airline catering and home meal solutions.

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