San Francisco, Calif., Aug. 5, 1999 - TRIADIGM International, a San Francisco-based consulting firm, announced that three of their top consultants have been elected to leadership roles in the Data Management Association (DAMA International), a 3000-member organization representing information management professionals. Lynn Tenney, who joined TRIADIGM in 1985 as director of data services, has been elected president. Bill Harenburg, who joined TRIADIGM in 1990, is president of the Los Angeles chapter. Rose Romero, who joined TRIADIGM in 1998, is president of the San Francisco chapter.

"We are very proud that three of our consultants have been elected to such important positions within the DAMA organization," said Bob Harrington, president and CEO. "It is a strong testament to the quality of the TRIADIGM consulting team and to our commitment to providing leadership and support for this fast-growing industry."

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