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LEATHERS 1166 Main Street Hingham, Massachusetts 02043 OBJECTIVE To obtain a position which will utilize my 25 years of financial and accounting experience. EXPERIENCE OUTCOME BASED DELIVERY SYSTEMS, Coral Springs, FL July 2009-Present Chief Financial Officer Outcome Based Delivery Systems is a start up health care company. HEBREW SENIOR LIFE, Boston, MA February 2005-July 2009 CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Hebrew Senior Life is a non-profit, diverse, senior care organization with more than 2,000 beds located in the greater Boston area. Its operations include heal th care, senior housing, research, teaching and fundraising. Recent accomplishm ents include obtaining more than $450 million in financing for the development o f a campus with more than 600 beds. Works closely with CEO to maintain board r elations and participates in multiple board committees. CARDINAL CUSHING SCHOOL, Hanover, MA September, 2003-February 2005 SPECIAL NEEDS ASSISTANT Teaching assistant in classroom with 8-12 special needs students. FINANCIAL CONSULTING, Hingham, MA July 1999-October 2001 Provided, on a part-time basis from my home, financial consulting and analysis s ervices to one client in the telecommunications arena. CAREMATRIX, Needham, MA May-July, 1999 CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER AND TREASURER Publicly-traded assisted living company. INNOVATIVE CLINICAL SOLUTIONS, LTD, Needham, MA (formerly Phymatrix Corp.) 1994-1999 CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER AND TREASURER Publicly-traded physician practice management and clinical research company with annual revenues which grew from its inception in 1994 to approximately $300 mil lion. Original strategy was to provide management services to the medical comm unity affiliating with physicians, medical providers, and medical networks. The Company also developed medical malls and medical office buildings for leading h ospitals and health systems. The Companys strategy changed and became more focu sed on clinical research during 1998.

Consummated Initial Public Offering during January, 1996, raising more than $110 million. Responsible for preparation of all financial sections of Registration Statement. IPO was a roll-up of several business entities which had been recen tly purchased and operated under common control prior to the offering. Therefor e, IPO Registration Statement required extensive pro-forma financial statements to be prepared and included audits of many of the businesses which had been rece ntly acquired. Participated with Chief Executive Officer on road show and had e xtensive dealings with investment bankers and various auditors during due dilige nce process and completion of Registration Statement. Worked with investment ba nkers on preparing five-year financial projections for Company. Responsible for selecting and meeting with bank and negotiating terms of $100 mi llion line-of-credit with banks for working capital and acquisition purposes. P rovided continual updates on the Company to the banks which included bank meetin gs, compliance certificates, amendments, etc. Responsible for SEC reporting including 10Qs and 10Ks and any pro-forma financia l statements required due to acquisitions/dispositions. Worked with investment bankers and other members of management to look at strate gic options when Physician Practice Management industry became unwieldy. Assist ed in developing a plan to divest from the Physician Practice Management busines s and focus on clinical research. Worked with advisors and potential acquirers to sell businesses that had been selected to be divested. THE MEDIPLEX GROUP, INC., Wellesley, MA 1990-1994 CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Publicly traded nursing home, alcohol and substance abuse facility operator. M ediplex was purchased from Avon Products, Inc. by a private entity (of which I w as the Controller) during August, 1990. Mediplex completed a public offering du ring August, 1991 and was later sold during June, 1994 to a publicly-traded nurs ing home operator. Worked with acquisition group on purchase of Mediplex from Avon Products, Inc., including preparation of operating budgets and pro forma financial statements. Controller of Mediplex until shortly after completion of public offering when I became the Chief Financial Officer. Worked with Investment Bankers and other members of management in completion of public offering and Registration Statement. Participated in road show. Spent time on due diligence for various acquisitions of both public and private entities. Responsible for preparation of operating budgets and pro forma financial statem ents. MEDITRUST, Waltham, MA 1988-1990 CONTROLLER Publicly traded real estate investment trust with investment (sale-leasebacks an d mortgages) with various healthcare facility operators. Responsible for debt compliance required as per various loan documents, preparat

ion of monthly financial statements and SEC reporting, including 10Qs and 10Ks STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, Quincy, MA 1987-1988 MUTUAL FUNDS MANAGER Responsible for managing twenty to thirty fund accountants in daily fund account ing activities while interfacing with clients for whom the funds were being mana ged. NYNEX CORPORATION (INFORMATION RESOURCES), Lynn, MA 1982-1984 MANAGER CORPORATE BOOKS Responsible for monthly close of corporate books for Yellow Pages subsidiary and interfacing with corporate staff on any questions they might have with financia l results and reporting. CREELMAN & SMITH, P.C., Boston, MA 1980-1983 STAFF AUDITOR Staff accountant for small local CPA firm. Audits included both for-profit and non-profit entities. Responsible for preparation of financial statements and fo otnotes. Also worked on corporate and individual tax returns. EDUCATION BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 1986 MBA, Cum Laude TUFTS UNIVERSITY, 1980 BA in Economics Magna Cum Laude EASTERN NAZARENE, 2003 Attended Masters of Education Program Certified as Math Teacher CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, 1986

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