Changing Places [53-A]

Calú Rodriguez - joins d’expósito & Partners as Account Supervisor working on the U.S. Census and Kozy Shack businesses. Most recently, Calu graduated with an MBA from Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras.

Juliana Cabrera - joins the agency as Senior Account Executive working on the McDonald's New York Tri-State account. Prior to her work at d expósito & Partners, Juliana worked at GlobalHue Latino as an Account Executive on the Verizon Wireless account.

Armando Osuna - joins the agency as Investment Associate working on the McDonald's NY Tri-state and Kare Distribution accounts. Armando is originally from La Jolla, CA, where he most recently worked as an Online Media Manager for Sitelab Interactive.

Yesenia Garcia - joins the agency as Print Investment Associate working on the U.S. Census account. Previously, Yesenia worked at DV Advertising as an Assistant Marketing Manager, as well as Americas Media Group as a Jr. Media Planner.

Niels Boegholm has joined MocoSpace, a Boston-based mobile social network operated by JNJ Mobile Inc., as vice president of product. Boegholm joined MocoSpace from HookMobile, where was vice president of product management.

Meghan Haley has joined Burlington, Vt.-based marketing agency Kelliher Samets Volk as director of digital strategy. In this new position, Haley will be responsible for planning integrated marketing solutions for all of KSV’s clients.


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