Sept. 8, 2017
The $4.5M-revenue Construction Management Association of America has chosen Andrea Rutledge as president and CEO, effective in October. She succeeds Bruce D’Agostino, who announced his retirement in March after 16 years as the group’s leader.
Rutledge was executive director of the National Architecture Accrediting Board for nearly 10 years. Previously, she was managing director of alliances for the American Institute of Architects.
She has a master’s degree in drama from The Catholic University of America. Recruitment firm Vetted Solutions assisted in the search.