Changing Places: Alexandre Peyrille, Sharon Rothstein, Mariela Pol…

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.

Alexandre Peyrille - Associated Press ::: Sharon Rothstein - Starbucks ::: Mariela Pol - Mindshare

  • Alexandre Peyrille became the Associated Press' Buenos Aires bureau director in February. Previously, he was posted to Toulouse in January 2009 as a journalist and then as news editor in that bureau. His career took him in turn to the sports desk, Strasbourg, Pristina, Kabul and Mexico City. Peyrille also carried out assignments in Iraq, Cuba, Venezuela and Colombia.
  • Sharon Rothstein has been hired as global CMO for Starbucks. The executive will be in charge of Starbucks brand and its portfolio, including Seattle’s Best Coffee, Evolution Fresh, La Boulange, Tazo and Teavana.

Rothstein will report to Starbucks chairman, president and chief executive Howard Schultz. She has previously worked for Sephora as Sr VP of Marketing since 2009.

  • WPP´s Mindshare Argentina has named Mariela Pol as its new Digital Director. The executive will be in charge of all digital operations of the agency, search, media planning, performance, SEO, mobile, social media, etc.

Pol replaces J. Pablo Silva, who will be in charge of the digital office in other WPP agency.


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