Allen Austin Adds Partner in Nevada

July 27, 2015 – Global leadership advisory firm Allen Austin has added Steve Leatherman as a partner in its Nevada office.

Mr. Leatherman has more than 30 years of broad-based life science & healthcare business management experience. He focuses on all aspects of the life science and healthcare industry as well as general management searches for medium and Fortune 500 class enterprises.His areas of emphasis include strategic leadership, sales & marketing, distribution, clinical trials, product development and the various management disciplines within those types of organizations.

Mr. Leatherman’s career includes both domestic and international positions in sales and marketing management, business development, and executive management at a variety of companies ranging from Fortune 500 to start-up and turn around environments. He is the founder of High Sierra Business Consultants, LLC, a network of executive level professionals enabling companies to accelerate the successful attainment of their critical corporate strategies and short- and mid-term objectives. Formerly, he was chief commercial officer of Cryoport.

“We are delighted to welcome Steve to the Allen Austin team. As a part of our overall healthcare / life science strategies, our ability to incorporate a team member with 30 years of executive management experience (pharma/biotech/implantable medical device/capital equipment) from these rapidly changing sectors is a significant advantage to all of our clients,” said Rob Andrews, CEO.

Founded in 1995, Allen Austin provides executive search, leadership advisory, board services, and management recruiting advice to a wide array of industries. In the last 19 years the firm has conducted over 2,000 searches in a variety of sectors. Allen Austin has locations in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas; Chicago, (Gaines International); Greenwich and Ridgefield, Conn; Washington, D.C., Taipei, Taiwan, and London.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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