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Chad Sehlke Named Finalist for Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce Executive of the Year Award

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Jeff Brody

Sehlke Consulting, LLC announced on Tuesday that Chad Sehlke, the company’s CEO, has been named a Finalist for the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce Executive of the Year Award during the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards. 

The 2019 finalists were announced during the Finalists Reception on September 12. The 2019 Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards gala will be held on November 6, to announce awardees.

The Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards honors the leaders and legends of the government contracting community. A prestigious panel of industry and government professionals select finalists and winners from a large pool of nominees. 

Sehlke established Sehlke Consulting in 2011. Since then, he has grown the company into a 200-person, Financial Management, Acquisition Management, Logistics Management and Intelligence Programs offering. 

Prior to forming Sehlke Consulting, Sehlke served in the U.S. Marine Corps as a Financial Management Resource Analyst and brings over 14 years of federal experience. He is an avid supporter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, George Mason’s GovCon School of Business, and Boulder Crest Retreat for Military and Veteran Wellness.

About Sehlke Consulting, LLC

Sehlke Consulting LLC (“Sehlke”) is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Professional Services and Management Consulting Firm based in Arlington, Virginia. Founded in 2011, our continuous growth and superior performance has earned us numerous accolades including: Inc. 500’s Fastest Growing Companies in America (2017, #319 & 2018, #435), Inc. 500’s Top Virginia Companies 5000 List (2017), Inc. 500’s Top Washington, D.C. Companies 5000 List (2017), Washington Business Journal’s 75 Fastest Growing Companies (2019), Inc. 500 Vet50’s Fastest Growing Veteran-Owned Business (2018, #18 & 2019, #28), Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s Fantastic 50 (2019, #5), and Washington Business Journal’s Best Places to Work (2016).