Changing Places: Tim Mahoney, Jose Espinoza, Mehul Nagrani …
People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.
Jose Espinoza is joining Mercury Mambo, a Hispanic shopper marketing and experiential agency headquartered in Austin, Texas. Espinoza joins Mercury Mambo as VP of Strategy and Business Development and will contribute his strategic experience and insights to new business acquisition and existing client growth opportunities.
Olivia Maloney has joined Google as Partner Business Solutions, Portada has learned.
Tim Mahoney is Chevrolet's (GM) new global marketing chief. Effective April 1st 2013, Tim Mahoney will be joining Chevrolet as Chief Marketing Officer Global Chevrolet. Prior to this engagement, he was with Volkswagen in capacity as Chief Product and Manufacturing Officer since 2011. Tim Mahoney will be entrusted with finding new avenues for the brand to expand into and thereby boost sales globally.
Univision Communications has brought in Mehul Nagrani to serve as its senior VP of digital operations, a newly created role. Nagrani will be responsible for maintaining Univision's digital performance and financial goals. He will collaborate with department heads to help upgrade capabilities, improve operating vigor and meet the company's digital video expectations for the year. Based in New York, he will work under Kevin Conroy, the president of Univision Interactive and Enterprise Development. In the past, Nagrani was a special assistant to Randy Falco, the CEO of Univision Communications. Before that he designed memory chips for Micron and processors for Intel.
Tapestry, a division of SMG Multicultural, announced that Lia Silkworth (photo), will take on full leadership responsibilities as Executive Vice President and Managing Director.Additionally, Danielle Gonzales, formerly Executive Vice President, Managing Director at Tapestry, will take on a new role as Executive Vice President, Managing Director at Starcom where she will provide leadership across some of Starcom’s largest accounts.