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Gabriela Domenzain is joining Martin O’Malley’s presidential campaign as director of public engagement, sources tell BuzzFeed News. Domenzain previously worked as director of Hispanic Media in the Obama Administration. O'Malley, a former Governor of Maryland, announced Saturday in Baltimore that he in entering the Democratic presidential race.
Tamara Ingram has been promoted to chief client team officer at WPP.She will have oversight over all of WPP's global accounts, including overall responsibility for about 50 integrated client teams. Ingram was previously team leader of the global P&G account for WPP and its creative agency Grey. She will continue to serve as president and CEO of Team P&G. Ingram joined Grey in 2005 and became Grey U.K. Group CEO before moving over the head up the P&G account. Prior to Grey she was CEO of McCann Worldgroup London. I
Stephanie Losee has joined Politico as executive director of brand content. She will oversee the political news organization's new Politico Focus unit that will create branded content for marketers. Losee was most recently managing editor at Dell.
Anna Fountas has been named President of the Americas at Telmar.Fountas will lead Telmar’s sales and client service organization in the U.S., Canada and South America to further expand usage of its core media planning system as well as applications for emerging media and data integration. She will report to Global President Corey Panno, who had also managed the Americas since 2008.Fountas has introduced media research standards and advanced the state of the art for providers as well as associations. As president of the Traffic Audit Bureau, Fountas helped modernize the out-of-home measurement system. As president for syndicated studies at Simmons, she helped create the strategy for Hispanic measurement services. Earlier, as svp/sales and marketing/advertiser/agency services at Arbitron, she led the team that developed the first PC-based ad expenditure application for advertising data. She also ran sales and marketing for the TNS AdScope service, research for the Digital Place-Based Advertising Association (DPAA), and media information services for ad agency Campbell-Ewald.
ZGS Communications has announced that Sandra Vera has been promoted to Vice President of National Sales. Vera has been a member of ZGS’ National Sales team since 2004, most recently as the Director of National Sales. In her new role, she will oversee national spot sales across the ZGS Station Group, and will work with sales leaders across the company to develop unique and integrated opportunities for national clients. Vera will continue to be based in New York and will report to Ronald J. Gordon, CEO of ZGS Communications.Vera has over 20 years of media experience, including stints as an Account Executive at Lotus-Entravision Reps and Media Buyer at Mediacom prior to joining ZGS.