Chertoff Group picks new senior advisor

Greg Oslan will focus on innovation, federal government, new markets

The Chertoff Group has named Greg Oslan senior advisor, where he will work with the company’s team to help other companies leverage their innovative strengths, facilitate a strong partnership with the federal government and expand their service offerings into larger national and international markets.

Oslan comes to the Chertoff Group from OSG Consulting, which he founded. Before OSG Consulting, he was a Boeing executive, as well as president and CEO of Narus Inc. He sold Narus to Boeing.

He has also held executive positions at Wireless Online, CNET Inc., and Ameritech Mobile Communications.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in quantitative business analysis from Indiana University, and a master’s of business administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

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