SOSi’s Julian Setian Joins PSC Exec Committee

Julian Setian

Julian Setian, president and CEO of government services integrator SOS International, has been appointed to serve on the Professional Services Council’s executive committee.

Setian has served on the PSC’s board of directors since 2017 and led SOSi over the past 15 years, the company said said Wednesday.

He is also the board chairman at SOSi subsidiary Exovera, a media analysis and monitoring services provider to the public and private sectors.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and government from Columbia University.

PSC’s executive committee consists of 15 members who are tasked to oversee policies and set the direction of the council in efforts to establish consensus between industry and government.

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