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CORRECTING and REPLACING Cielo Appoints Two Nationally Recognized Healthcare Leaders, Donna Boles & Michael O’Boyle, to Advisory Board

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CIELO APPOINTS TWO NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED HEALTHCARE LEADERS, DONNA BOLES & MICHAEL O’BOYLE, TO ADVISORY BOARD

BROOKFIELD, Wis. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Cielo Healthcare, formerly Pinstripe Healthcare, the world’s leading provider of talent acquisition and management solutions for the healthcare industry, today announced that it has appointed Donna Boles and Michael O’Boyle to its Healthcare Advisory Board.

“We welcome Donna and Mike to our esteemed Advisory Board. Through their knowledge and experience, they broaden and deepen the scope of healthcare expertise, bringing key perspectives needed to serve this industry,” said Jill Schwieters, EVP Cielo and President Cielo Healthcare. “As our solutions evolve to serve the changes in the industry, it is critical to have the insights of experts like Donna and Mike. Their support and guidance will help us remain as the leading provider of talent solutions in healthcare.”

Donna Boles is the former Senior Vice President, Human Resources of BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), a global medical technology company headquartered in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey. Ms. Boles joined BD in 1973 and held various positions of increasing responsibility in Corporate as well as in several BD businesses. In 2001, she was named Vice President, Human Resources for BD Medical, BD’s largest business segment, a position she held until 2005, when she was appointed Senior Vice President, Human Resources.

Ms. Boles has been a member of the Board of Directors for CST Brands, Inc. since May 2013, serving as Compensation Committee Chair. She has also been a member of the Board of Trustees of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern New Jersey since 2004 where she served as Chair (2010-2012) and currently is on the Executive Committee. Ms. Boles is a member of the Board of Directors for the Berkeley College Foundation, Inc. and a member of the Executive Leadership Council. She served on the Advisory Board of the Center for Human Resource Strategy at Rutgers University and was a member of the HR Advisory Councils of the Conference Board where she served as an Executive Committee member.

Savoy Magazine named Ms. Boles as one of the “Top Influential Women in Corporate America” in 2012. The Network Journal magazine named Ms. Boles as one of the “25 Influential Black Women in Business” in 2011. Black Enterprise magazine named Ms. Boles as one of the “75 Most Powerful Women in Business” in 2010. She was also listed among “100 Women Worth Watching” in 2007 by Diversity Journal.

Mike O’Boyle holds more than 30 years of experience in healthcare, serving the provider, payer and service sectors. Most recently, he was a senior officer for HCA Holdings, serving as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Parallon Business Solutions. Before this, from 2008 to 2011, he was President of UnitedHealth Networks (UHN), a division of United Health Group, managing contractual and service relationships with providers serving their commercial, Medicare, Medicaid, and veterans and military lines of business. UHN served United’s 25 million members through a national network of 5,000 hospitals, more than 700,000 physicians, and thousands of ancillary providers.

From 2005 through 2008, Mr. O’Boyle served as Chief Operating Officer of Cleveland Clinic, annually ranked among the country’s top hospitals by US News and World Report. He was not only responsible for operations on the main campus in Cleveland, but oversaw the organization’s regional hospitals and clinics in Ohio and Florida and their international ventures. He joined Cleveland Clinic in 2001 as its Chief Financial Officer, driving improvements to the organization’s financial health after a period of declining performance.

For 10 years prior, Mr. O’Boyle was a corporate officer with MedStar Health and one of its legacy organizations, the Medlantic Healthcare Group, serving most recently as MedStar’s Executive Vice president and Chief Financial Officer. He was instrumental in the formation of MedStar through the merger of Medlantic and Helix Health.

Mr. O’Boyle serves on the Board of Trustees of St. Catherine University and the Board of Directors of The Greenspring Fund, and was a past Chairman and member of the Board of Directors of Hospital Billing and Collection Service, Inc. and the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board.

Cielo unveiled the rebranding and new name last week to reflect the successful integration of U.S.-based Pinstripe, Inc. and UK-based Ochre House, which joined forces in July 2013, to leverage the combined company's global scale and entrepreneurial agility to deliver transformational talent solutions to its clients worldwide.

About the Cielo Healthcare Advisory Board

The Healthcare Advisory Board was assembled with the goal of facilitating an idea exchange among industry thought leaders and visionaries. Its membership provides client-side insights, strategic guidance as well as analytical resources, feedback, and networking connections. Cielo Healthcare is the leading provider of global talent acquisition and management solutions, and the quality of its Advisory Board membership underscores its unparalleled grasp of, and commitment to, the healthcare industry.

Michael and Donna join Diane Appleyard, President and CEO of Core Consulting & Healthcare Institute; Ellen Zane, former President & CEO of Tufts Medical Center and the Floating Hospital for Children; Gary Mecklenburg, the former CEO of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare and Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago; Susan Petrus, Senior Vice President of Customer Care and Sales Effectiveness for the U.S. Pharmaceutical division of McKesson Corporation; Carrie Harris-Muller, senior vice president of Managed Care Initiatives, and Accountable Care Organization president at the Detroit Medical Center; Roger Strode, partner in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP, practicing health and corporate law; and Bruce Van Cleave, M.D., chief medical officer and senior vice president for strategic management at Aurora Health Care.

Emeritus Members:

Douglas Peters, healthcare consultant and former president and CEO of Jefferson Health System; David Harper, a healthcare financial consultant and former CFO of Covenant Healthcare System, Inc.; Keith Pryor, an executive coach and director of Leadership Advisory Services for Philadelphia-based Health Strategies & Solutions; and Joy Tapper, executive director for the Milwaukee Health Care Partnership.

About Cielo

Cielo is the world’s leading provider of global talent acquisition and management solutions. In May 2014, the company rebranded to reflect the successful integration of U.S.-based Pinstripe, Inc. and UK-based Ochre House, which combined to become the largest independent provider of strategic recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), search solutions and talent consulting services worldwide. Cielo leverages its global scale, customized, innovative solutions and entrepreneurial agility to help clients achieve sustained people advantage and outstanding business outcomes. Through world-class, technology-enabled solutions, Cielo serves clients primarily in the financial and business services, consumer brands, technology and media, engineering, life sciences and healthcare industries. Cielo’s global presence includes nearly 1,000 employees, serving more than 90 clients across 57 countries in 26 languages. This footprint includes Moorland Gray, the largest and most successful executive search firm in the Middle East and North Africa. Cielo knows talent is rising – and with it, an organization's opportunity to rise above. For more information, visit www.cielotalent.com/HC.


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