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Jerry Goldberg


Strategic Capital Corp

Strategic Capital is a management consulting firm focused on helping clients achieve their goals through experienced and thoughtful guidance and planning. We act as advisors to CEO's, Boards of Directors, investors and entrepreneurs to expertly evaluate current operations and plans and implement improvements and changes where necessary. Our consultants have helped over 100 clients maintain and grow successful businesses with financially sound practices.

Jerry began his career with the Wall Street firm of Drexel Burnham Lambert in New York and Seattle. After training in corporate finance and money management, Jerry moved to Oppenheimer & Co. in Seattle. Beginning in 1990, Jerry founded Strategic Capital with two other investment bankers and began serving as an intermediary and financial consultant to small and mid-sized companies and entrepreneurs.
In 2000 Jerry left the consulting world and joined the Ackerley Media Group, a $500M public media company as VP Finance, where he managed budgeting, forecasting, capital finance and other senior financial duties until Ackerley was sold in late 2002 to Clear Channel Communications.

After assisting in the closing of the Clear Channel transaction, Jerry re-formed SCC independently and began to again serve emerging and mid-sized companies and entrepreneurs as interim CFO/COO as well as guiding them through transactions, financings and overall strategic and tactical planning.



President : Strategic Capital Corp - [2013-09 to Current]
Firm provides interim and outsourced engagements as CFO, COO by President and as controller, accountants, bookkeepers, etc by Principals and staff. Engagements include start ups to mid sized firms up to $50MM revenues, and in industries including biotech, med device, retail/restaurant, wholesaling and digital media.



MBA, Finance : Michael G. Foster School of Business (at University of Washington ) - [1987 to 1989]

BA-Business Finance & Economics, Finance : University of Washington-Seattle Campus - [1982 to 1986]