Charles Roussel has been named the executive vice president of the College of American Pathologists, a Northfield, Ill.-based organization with 17,000 members. He starts Jan. 5.
Roussel, 46, most recently was the director for the Atlantic Philanthropies disadvantaged children and youth programs. He was a managing partner with Accenture prior to that, and led its research on personal and home health technology, a news release said. He has served on the board of trustees of the Childrens Aid Society of New York and on the advisory board of the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center in New York.
He replaces Nicki Norris who was appointed to the post in 2001. Stephen Myers, the organizations vice president of finance, is serving as interim executive vice president. -- by Andis Robeznieks