Changing Places LatAm: Kim Kadlec, Jodie Stranger, Norberto Noriega, Wendy Clark…

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

SMG - Kim Kadlec, Jodie Stranger ::: Norberto Noriega - Y&R Peru ::: Wendy Clark - Coca-Cola ::: Mathias Harbek ,Yago Fandiño - JWT ::: Cristina Omura - FCB Brazil  :::

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2AJb2qv1_400x400Starcom MediaVest Group, a division of Publicis Groupe , has announced the appointment of Kim Kadlec to the newly created role of President, GNC Americas and the promotion of Jodie Stranger to the also newly created role of President, GNC EMEA. SMG’s Global Network Client (GNC) practice creates a seamless global organization for its clients that operate in multiple markets, providing brand growth and innovation. As GNC Presidents, Kadlec and Stranger will ensure leadership, strategy, top to top connections and greater consistency throughout their regions. Kadlec and Stranger will partner with market CEOs and global account leaders to drive GNC initiatives.

kimKadlec will be based in SMG’s New York City office and report to Laura Desmond, SMG’s Global CEO. Kadlec joins SMG from AOL, where she was Global Head of Strategic Partnerships. Prior to AOL, Kadlec was Worldwide Vice President, Global Marketing Group at Johnson & Johnson.

 

strangerStranger will continue to be based in London and report to John Sheehy, President, Global Operations.A veteran of the media business with over 20 years of experience, Stranger was most recently Executive Director of Global Network Client Operations for SMG’s EMEA region. She joined SMG from Aegis, where she served as the New Business and Marketing Director, Vizeum EMEA. Prior to this position, Stranger was the Vice President of Aegis Media Global Clients.

descargaNorberto Noriega is Y&R Peru new creative director. Noriega will handle Cristal beer account. He has worked for agencies such as Mayo, Draft FCB, JWT, DDB and TBWA. He also served as creative director at agency Causa Peru.

 

hvG_YY4Y_400x400Wendy Clark will return to her position at Coca-Cola on April 6, after a three-month license. When that license was announced, Coca-Cola said Clark would return on March 31.

 

 

fotoNoticiaG45351Mathias Harbek and Yago Fandiño are J. Walter Thompson new creative directors . Before joining the agency, Harbek and Fandiño were part of DraftFCB, TBWA and Don, where they worked for brands such as Personal, FiberTel, DirecTV, ICBC, Mini Cooper , Nissan, Medicus and Adidas, among others.

cris_400x400Cristina Omura has been promoted to FCB Brazil media director. In this new position, she will report to Alexandre Ugadin, vice president of media. She will lead a team of 15 professionals and its main objective will be to renovate digital and offline media offer. Omura worked for various agencies like Borghierh / Lowe, Giovanni + Draft FCB, J Walter Thompson and F / Nazca.


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