Jerry Masin joins SetFocus as President

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SetFocus adds senior leadership as it responds to training and employment needs in the US.

Masin has over three decades of experience in building domestic and international organizations and staff functions.

Mike Landau, Chairman and CEO, announced that Jerry Masin has joined SetFocus as its President.

“I am pleased to have Jerry join us at a time when we plan to use our resources to their fullest to create and sustain jobs fueling growing IT needs throughout the country,” stated Landau. “Jerry’s background in leading start-ups, early stage organizations and turn-arounds toward sustainable growth and profitability will benefit all stakeholders in our company,” Landau added.

Masin has over three decades of experience in building domestic and international organizations and staff functions. He has recently served as Chief Operating Officer for a leading metro-NY professional services audit and advisory firm. “Jerry actively supports economic development and entrepreneurship through his work as a small business and venture counselor for the SCORE Association,” according to Landau. Masin holds a Master’s Degree in Management from the University of Maryland University College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Rutgers College.

About SetFocus

SetFocus is a leading provider of career focused training for IT professionals seeking to increase their marketability and earning potential utilizing technologies such as .NET, SQL Server, SharePoint and Business Intelligence tools. Utilizing strategic relationships, SetFocus identifies skills gaps and develops programs that directly train and source skilled professionals to meet the immediate hiring needs of organizations nationwide. A Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions, SetFocus employs a unique hands-on learning curriculum and a combination of services to help organizations grow.

For more information, SetFocus can be reached at +1-886-91-TRAIN and through http://www.setfocus.com.

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