Changing Places: Christina Mella, Masroor Malik, Sean Conciatore, Terresa Zimmerman, Joseph R. Conwe

Christina Mella, former editor of Casa y Hogar, is now the entrepreneur and founder of Cristina Mella-Latino Living. Mella`s company has launched a line of products honoring Judge Sonia Sotomayor and her historic confirmation to the Supreme Court of the United States. All products (from T-Shirts and coffee mugs to greeting cards and small gifts) are designed with the logo I am a Wise Latina Too!


Turn Inc., announced it has hired Masroor Malik to fill the newly created role of vice president of business operations. In this capacity, Malik will oversee client services, ad operations, product operations, campaign management, analytics, and optimization, and will report directly to President and COO Bill Demas.
 

Alcone Marketing Group announced that Sean Conciatore has joined the agency as Senior Vice President/Chief Creative Officer for Alcone/East. Conciatore is responsible for the agency's creative product for all Alcone/East clients handled out of Alcone's Chicago, IL and Darien, CT offices.


Siegel+Gale
has hired veteran marketer Teresa Zimmerman as a Strategy Director in Los Angeles, Jason Cieslak, West Coast Managing Director of Siegel+Gale, announced.


MedThink Communications
, a health care advertising agency, has hired Joseph R. Conwell as senior vice president, executive creative director.


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