Cleveland Clinic's Calman exits chief comms officer job

CLEVELAND: Angela Calman has left her post as chief communications officer of The Cleveland Clinic, recently named one of the nation's top four hospitals by US News & World Report.

CLEVELAND: Angela Calman has left her post as chief communications officer of The Cleveland Clinic, recently named one of the nation's top four hospitals by US News & World Report.

Eileen Sheil, senior director of media and PR for Cleveland Clinic, said Calman had resigned her position to pursue other career opportunities.

Before taking the position at The Cleveland Clinic in 2001, Calman had served as media strategist and adviser to the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where she also taught in the communications program.

She also has a background in broadcasting, both in a PR role and production.

She was the primary spokeswoman for MSNBC and CNBC's primetime programming, and managed media strategy for both networks. She has also worked as an editorial producer and political analyst for an NBC affiliate in San Diego.

Sheil could not confirm by press time whether a replacement had been named.

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