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Stratford 360 announces world class addition to executive staff
Date:9/16/2013

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) September 16, 2013

Stratford 360, a firm specializing in customizing benefit programs for healthcare professionals, has named Jim Nelson Chief Strategy Officer and Principal. Prior to joining the firm, Nelson was a Managing Principal at Sullivan, Cotter and Associates. He brings more than thirty years of compensation and benefits consulting experience to Stratford's clients. For over twenty years, he has focused exclusively on working with healthcare organizations.

"We are excited to welcome Jim to Stratford 360. As we continue to grow the firm, his expertise and skills are considerable assets to our business and our clients. His experience encompasses working with the entire spectrum of healthcare organizations including large integrated health systems, academic medical centers, hospitals, HMOs, healthcare associations and specialty organizations," notes Tom Wamberg President and CEO of Stratford 360.

Mr. Nelson has published and lectured extensively throughout his career. He is nationally recognized as an industry thought leader in compensation and benefits consulting. He received his degree in Finance from the University of St. Thomas and his Chartered Financial Consultant designation from the American College.

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