• Galen Graham Exits 72andSunny For Pitch
    Pitch is appointing Galen Graham as chief creative officer to lead creative on clients such as Burger King, Tim Horton’s, Westfield, Roche, Genentech, and Konami. He comes on as CCO following the departure of Gage Clegg and Becca Morton, the executive creative director team that recently left for Google. Graham was previously at 72andSunny, where he was group creative director and oversaw the MDC Partners-owned agency’s largest account – MillerCoors. Prior to that, he held positions at Cramer-Krasselt, 180 Amsterdam, and DDB Chicago. His arrival follows Sara Bamossy and Marisstella Marinkovic being named co-CEOs of the LA-based shop back in ...
  • T3 Adds Client Services, Product/Experience Design Executives
    T3 has appointed David Hawes as vice president, client engagement and portfolio lead to oversee the agency's services for clients including Capital One, 7-Eleven, and Home Depot.  Hawes, based in Austin, previously served as vice president, managing partner at Publicis.Sapient and his past client experience includes Citigroup, Procter & Gamble, GlaxoSmithKline, Coca-Cola Co., WellPoint, Mary Kay, Papa John's, and others. Kelley Mitchell Price joins the agency's Atlanta operations as its first vice president of experience to oversee the agency's entire product and experience design team. She comes from InterContinental Hotels Group, where she is credited with building the full-service global ...
  • DAN Names New CEO For Mexico
    Dentsu Aegis Network has named Sebastián Tonda CEO in Mexico, where he will lead the group’s efforts in what it calls a rapidly expanding market. Tonda co-founded Flock nine years ago, which was acquired by the Dentsu Aegis Network in 2016 and became a part of the Isobar global network.  Tonda will report to Julio Castellanos, who was elevated to CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network Latin America earlier this year.  Dentsu Aegis Network Mexico includes, among other agencies, AC mcgarrybowen, Carat, iProspect and Flock - Linked by Isobar.  With the promotion of Tonda as CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network Mexico, Mario Nissan ...
  • Mcgarrybowen Appoints First Innovation Head
    Dentsu Aegis Network's mcgarrybowen has named Greg Johnson as the agency's first chief innovation officer to help guide strategy and development of new business models across the shop's three U.S. offices in New York, Chicago, and San Francisco.  Johnson has swiftly made himself a valued member of the agency's C-suite having joined the team as part of mcgarrybowen’s acquisition of San Francisco-based digital agency Swirl last December. Johnson has led the combined entity’s efforts to win digital AOR duties for Dole and Conduent.  Earlier in his career, he spent time at Digitas, McCann Erickson, and served as the executive creative ...
  • R/GA's Jim Moffatt Jumps To Engine
    Engine is appointing Jim Moffatt as chief executive officer of Engine's Europe and Asia Pacific operations effective October 15. Moffatt's remit includes oversight of the marketing network's eight offices in London, Manchester, Dusseldorf, Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Sydney and Melbourne, with a focus on expanding further throughout those regions. Based at Engine’s London office, Moffatt reports to Engine’s recently appointed global CEO, Kasha Cacy. He has been at R/GA for the past 10 years, most recently as executive vice president/managing director, Asia Pacific. In that role, he led the agency's expansion from one satellite office in Singapore with 10 employees ...
  • Oberland Taps New Account Leads
    Kelby Schmidt and Trevor Mundt have joined purpose-driven agency Oberland as account directors. Both were previously in similar positions at Droga5.  Mundt is overseeing AIRnyc, Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Luck Companies, and The Life is Priceless Foundation for the 30-person agency.   Schmidt is leading accounts including The Nature Conservancy, No Kid Hungry, the Scattergood Foundation, and World Stroke Organization.  Prior to her three years at Droga5, where she helped lead the Sprint and Chase accounts, Schmidt served as an account executive at Concept Farm.   Having honed his account management skills at Grey and Crispin Porter + Bogusky prior to his tenure ...
  • Bourgeois Named Chief Client Officer At Mortenson Kim
    Bob Bourgeois has been promoted to executive vice president, chief client officer at Mortenson Kim, the marketing and advertising agency with offices in Milwaukee and Indianapolis.  Bourgeois is tasked with building client relationships, promoting the agency and supporting business development, among other duties.    He will relocate to MK’s Indianapolis office where he will serve as general manager. He was previously EVP and chief operating officer, based at the agency’s Milwaukee office.
  • AQKA Hires Client Partner, Media For SF Office
    WPP’s AQKA has appointed Chris Wallace as client partner of media in San Francisco, tasked with driving "client satisfaction and business results.” His job will be to generate ideas and actions to deliver tangible business results and monitor, maintain and be accountable for a strong pipeline of client growth, says his direct supervisor Scott Symonds, managing director, AKQA Media. Wallace has 15 years’ experience in a variety of digital strategy and global client leadership roles and spent the last six years working within WPP, where he earned what he calls his “WPP MBA” while working at Mindshare as head of ...
  • O'Neal Named NA CEO For WPP's Gain Theory
    WPP consultancy Gain Theory has tapped marketing veteran Shawn O’Neal for the role of CEO North America. O’Neal brings 20-plus years of client side experience and consulting to his new role. Previously, he was vice president global marketing data and analytics at Unilever, where he pioneered and led the company’s global “People Data” program across modeling, social, digital, crm and traditional analytics.  His career includes work as an associate at McKinsey & Co., strategic planning for Pepsi-Cola, and strategy consulting with Marakon Associates in Stamford, CT. He holds an MBA from Wharton Business School and AB Economics from Princeton University. ...
  • Mcgarrybowen Appoints Droga's Matt Ian CCO
    Matt Ian is leaving Droga5 where he has served as executive creative director for the past three years to join mcgarrybowen (mb) New York as chief creative officer. He will lead creative for mb’s New York clients including Subway, United Airlines, Verizon, Crayola, Chevron, and Northrop Grumman.   Beginning in mid-September, Ian will join the mb New York leadership team headed by President Angela Johnson, who joined earlier this year from WPP where she led the global Kimberly-Clark business, and Conner Huber, chief strategy officer who came to mcgarrybowen a little more than year ago, having ...
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