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Seguin Named CEO at Solix

Solix, Inc., a Parsippany-based provider of government and commercial outsourcing and consulting services, has announced that Eric Seguin, president and COO of the company, has been named CEO.

Seguin has served Solixin various capacities for nearly 30 years including client relations, business development, operations management, government affairs,and strategic planning.His experience outside of Solix includes serving as the chief of economic policy at the Oklahoma Corporation Commission with responsibility for regulatory oversight of the state telecommunications market. During his tenure in Oklahoma,Seguin was appointedas a staff member of the Federal-State Joint Board on Universal Service. He also served in the New Jersey Army National Guardas an Armor Officer and was honorably discharged as a First Lieutenant.

“After enacting a succession plan and considering all options, it became increasingly clear that we hadthe best candidateright in front of us,” said Gil Medina, chair of the Solix Boardof Directors. “Eric has been an integral part of all operational and strategic planningfor years and has showna tremendous ability to excel with each step of increasing responsibility. He has the full support of the entire Board.”

“I am thrilled that Eric has been chosen as the next leader of Solix. I have worked with him for most of the 22 years I served the company and there is nobody better suited to lead Solix during its next phase of growth,” said Jack Miller, Solix’ former CEO. He added, “Eric knows the business, our clients, and our people.”

Seguin earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Rutgers University, a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from St. Leo University, and an MBA in Financefrom the Collegeof William & Mary. He completed Executive Education in Leadership at Harvard University and earned a graduate certificate in Financial Planningfrom Boston University. His community involvement currently includes serving on the Foundation Board at the County College of Morris and the Board of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce.

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