Najam Aziz Sethi (Urdu/Punjabi: نجم سیٹھی; born c. 1948) is a Pakistani administrator who currently serves as Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board. As a journalist he is a left-leaning political commentator who serves as the editor-in-chief of The Friday Times and serves as Chairman of Pakistan Super League. He has also served as the caretaker chief minister of Punjab during the 2013 election. He formerly used to host primetime current affairs show Aapas ki Baat on Geo News.
Born in Lahore, Sethi studied economics at the Government College, and later moved to Clare College at Cambridge University where he received his master's degree in economics and progressed as a PhD student; however, he left to join a socialist movement working for the rights of Baluchistan, leading to his arrest in 1975 before being discharged in 1978. He consequently left politics and established Vanguard Books, a progressive book publishing company.