Intrepid Learning Solutions Names President & CEO

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<strong>Seattle &mdash; Sept. 21</strong><br />Intrepid Learning Solutions, a provider of learning and performance solutions, has announced that Vikesh Mahendroo will join the company as president and CEO, effective Oct. 1.<br /><br />Mahendroo comes to Intrepid from a distinguished career at Mercer Human Resource Consulting.<br />He has been one of Mercer&rsquo;s most senior partners, serving as executive vice president<br />of global accounts and a member of the firm&rsquo;s Global Operating Committee. <br /><br />Mahendroo brings to Intrepid extensive experience growing and running a world-class professional services organization, global expertise and a deep understanding of human resource and talent management issues.<br /><br />Mahendroo served at Mercer for 23 years in positions of increasing responsibility. He holds an MBA from Columbia University along with a bachelor&#39;s degree and master&rsquo;s degrees from the University of Delhi.<br /><br />&ldquo;I am delighted to be joining the Intrepid team, and to support the team&rsquo;s industry-leading track record of delivering client value and developing enthusiastic client relationships,&rdquo; Mahendroo said. &ldquo;Intrepid has an incredibly solid foundation, and we have tremendous growth<br />prospects within one of the fastest growing segments in the talent management space.&rdquo;<br /><br />Mahendroo and his family are relocating to Intrepid headquarters in Seattle. <br /><br />This announcement builds on recent momentum in the marketplace for Intrepid. Earlier this<br />month, Intrepid was recognized as the 3rd fastest business services company in the United States by Inc. Magazine, and in July, it signed a multi-year contract to provide global learning services to a Fortune 150 client.<br /><br />&ldquo;We have found a world-class professional services leader in Vikesh Mahendroo,&rdquo; said Jack<br />Creighton, chairman of the Intrepid board of directors. &ldquo;Intrepid&rsquo;s clients and the learning<br />industry will benefit greatly from Vikesh&rsquo;s experience and vision.&rdquo;<br /><br />Chris Hedrick, Intrepid&rsquo;s departing president and CEO, announced his intent in April to retire from Intrepid to become the Peace Corps Country Director in Senegal, West Africa. <br />Hedrick will continue to serve Intrepid as a member of its advisory board.

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