Arlington, Va. (Mar. 1, 2021)
| Stephanie Kostro Named PSC Executive Vice President for Policy
Stephanie Sanok Kostro, a policy and legislative affairs expert with more than 20 years of experience in the federal government and private sector, has been named Executive Vice President for Policy at the Professional Services Council (PSC), effective March 1, 2021.
Kostro has extensive experience shaping policies affecting federal government procurement and operations, working to improve relations between government and industry. She most recently served as Principal at O’Brien, Gentry & Scott, LLC, where she created and executed legislative and business development strategies for companies of all sizes.
“I’m pleased to join PSC and lead policy efforts on behalf of the more than 400 PSC member companies that support our nation’s critical missions,” said Kostro. “As government addresses today’s challenges – both long-standing and emerging – my work at PSC will help achieve better policy outcomes for our industry.”
Earlier in her career, she ran programs as a Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic & International Studies. She also held various senior policy positions at the Departments of State and Defense and on a committee in the U.S. House of Representatives.
“Stephanie Kostro is a great addition to the PSC leadership team, as she joins David Broome as Executive Vice President,” said David J. Berteau, president and CEO of PSC. “Her background combines executive branch, congressional, and private sector experience and will significantly strengthen PSC’s ability to advocate for contractors in supporting an increasingly effective, reliable government.”
“PSC continues to build an experienced and committed team of experts, and Stephanie is no exception. We look forward to working closely with her to advance PSC’s policy efforts in a time when collaboration between industry and government is more important than ever,” said Roger Krone, Chairman and CEO of Leidos and Chair of the PSC Board of Directors.
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