Changing Places: Don Coleman, Manuel Gonzalez, Jany Borges, Vanessa Lizama, Claire Zaldivar…

Don Coleman is taking more direct control of GlobalHue, the Southfield-based multicultural advertising agency he founded in 1988. Coleman, the company's CEO, has taken on the new role of general manager at the Southfield and New York offices. He assumes the office oversight role that was previously that of Vice Chairman Allen Pugh, who retains that title but is now CEO of the sister companies that service the agency.

Manuel 'Manny' Gonzalez has been appointed CEO at NSHMBA. Mr. Gonzalez permanently stepped in as CEO, September 1, replacing Interim CEO Steven Ramos, who will return to his role as a member of the NSHMBA Board of Directors, while also serving as consultant to the new CEO during his transition into the new office. Mr. Gonzalez has been working at companies like Mango Entertainment, CEO of the Zoological Society of Florida and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, and vice president and general manager of Six Flags Inc.

Zubi Advertising announced the promotions of four media executives. Jany Borges, Vanessa Lizama and Claire Zaldivar have all been promoted to Associate Media Directors. Kathy Bonilla has been promoted to Buying Supervisor. Click here to read the full article.

Fourdiaz Vargas announced that Luis Busquets has joined the agency as Print/Interactive Designer. He has managed projects for companies such as The Coca Cola Company, Black and Decker and Ford Motor Company. 


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