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Cliff Consulting, Inc. Adds Two Influential Former Executives to Its Team - Banker Mary P. Carryer and Healthcare IT Leader Robert Goldstein
Date:8/1/2008

OAKLAND, Calif., Aug. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Former banking executive Mary P. Carryer and former healthcare IT executive Robert Goldstein have joined Cliff Consulting, Inc., (http://www.cliffconsulting.net). Cliff Consulting (CCI) provides highly experienced project leadership to corporations and non-profits throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. A 30-year veteran of the financial services industry, Carryer will bring her executive leadership experience in financial institutions and board experience in the non-profit sector to CCI clients in the Bay Area and the Southwest, where she resides. Goldstein brings over 25 years of experience leading large projects primarily in healthcare IT, and will join CCI's team to plan and lead projects for the firm's Bay Area clients.

"We are thrilled that Mary and Robert have joined Cliff Consulting. They have stellar reputations for effective leadership and management skills in their respective industries," said Robin Nasatir, President of CCI. "Their expertise will be a boon for our financial services, healthcare, and non-profit clients."

Carryer, who most recently served as Executive Vice President of Private Client Services for Wells Fargo and Company in San Francisco, has extensive international financial services experience, having managed the successful turnaround of Westpac Banking Corp. in Sydney, Australia, and supervised Wells Fargo's Asian bank network sites in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore, and Seoul, earlier in her career.

Additionally, Mary is deeply involved in the not-for-profit sector, where she has served on several non-profit boards and led strategic planning processes for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's Northern California Chapter, the Hawaii Nature Center, and the Girl Scouts of Hawaii.

"I like the partnering orientation of Cliff Consulting and found them to be an invaluable resource when I was an executive at Well
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