Cory Davis has been named executive vice president for Montrose Environmental Group and CEO of the Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health (CTEH), a Montrose subsidiary specializing in environmental emergency preparedness, response and recovery based in North Little Rock.
Davis is succeeds Dr. Phil Goad, CTEH’s CEO and co-founder, who retired in January.
“For more than two decades, Cory has spearheaded CTEH’s growth into one of the nation’s leading science-based environmental response and consulting firms,” Montrose COO Josh LeMaire said in a statement. “Under his steady guidance, the company has expanded beyond its roots to offer comprehensive environmental health and safety services to clients around the globe. Montrose is always proud to promote talent from within our ranks, and we are excited to have Cory help lead our growing team and build our culture.”
Since joining CTEH as industrial hygienist in 2000, Davis has held several leadership roles within the company, including as manager of its Toxicology Emergency Response Program for nine years. A long-time partner, he most recently served as senior vice president of operations and principal consultant overseeing environmental emergency response, industrial hygiene, disaster recovery, environmental innovation and business development. Davis will oversee CTEH’s nearly 200 employees across the U.S.