Mark Kaline leaves Kimberly Clark

Kimberly ClarkMark Kaline, Global Media Director at Kimberly Clark, is no longer working at the Consumer Packaged Goods giant, Portada has learned.
When asked about the reason of Kaline leaving and whether there will be a replacement as Global Media Director, a company spokesperson told Portada that "Kimberly-Clark does not comment on personnel matters."

Kaline joined Kimberly Clark in October 2008. to the newly created position of global media director and reported to Kimberly-Clark's CMO, Tony Palmer, who oversees the global marketing unit.
Before joining Kimberly Clark, Kaline spent 11 years at Ford Motor Co., where he managed both online and traditional media buying, and consolidated media operations in Europe, Canada and Mexico.


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