Chief Executive Officer
“The decision to start PSI wasn’t based on a grandiose plan or a vision to achieve lofty goals or ambitions. PSI began with a fearless attitude and a gut feeling that if we found the right people to do the right jobs and took care of them, they would deliver the right solutions to our customers and this would build a great company.” – Terry Lin, Founder, Chairman and CEO of PSI
Mr. Terry Lin is Founder, Chairman and CEO of Planned Systems International, Inc. (PSI), a certified enterprise IT solutions provider specializing in Federal Health IT.
Under Mr. Lin's guidance and leadership, PSI’s employees are inspired to develop innovative products and services that respond to our customers’ most pressing challenges.
As Chairman and CEO, Mr. Lin provides executive leadership for PSI's strategic direction, business affairs, and mission success. His management has been instrumental in achieving the steady growth that PSI has enjoyed, and ensuring that the company continues to be a strong industry partner to the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs, and other agencies of the Federal Government. Because of Mr. Lin's leadership and guidance, PSI has enjoyed 28 years of uninterrupted growth and now posts annual revenues of over $110 million.
Under Mr. Lin’s leadership, PSI has invested significantly in an environment where employees are supported, respected and empowered. This is evidenced by his 100% approval rating on Glassdoor.
Mr. Lin holds dual Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Maryland in computer science and accounting. He has received advanced executive management training at both Clark Atlanta University and the University of Texas at El Paso.
When he’s not at work? Married to Carol Dight Lin with one daughter, Mr. Lin lives in Glenn Dale, MD and is a lifetime supporter of the University of Maryland Men’s Basketball Team (Terps). He enjoys a variety of ball sports, particularly golf, and sponsors an annual golf tournament which raises thousands of dollars every year for charity.