CHANGING PLACES: Lindsay Stewart, Sheryl Personett, Maria Pazos…

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descargaLindsay Stewart, Sales Director East at Maxpoint in New York City,  has been promoted to Director of Vertical Sales.

 

 

 

 

descarga (1)Entravision Communications Corporation announced the promotion of Sheryl Personett to Senior Vice President of Integrated Marketing Solutions (SVP-IMS), Denver, Colorado, effective immediately.In her new role, Sheryl Personett will be responsible for selling Entravision’s media and marketing solutions across the company’s television, radio, and digital properties in the Denver market. Personett will work with both the national and local sales teams. Personett will report directly to Don Daboub, Executive Vice President of Integrated Marketing Solutions (EVP-IMS), Mountain Region. Personett most recently served as a Vice President of Integrated Marketing Solutions (SVP-IMS) and General Sales Manager for Entravision’s Denver market.

Screen Shot 2016-07-15 at 12.31.42 AM.img_assist_custom-300x376Minneapolis Colle+McVoy has appointed Maria Pazos as senior strategist, reporting to director of insight Katie Anderson, AgencySpy has reported. Pazos joins Colle+McVoy from GLUE, an independent agency in Bogotá, Colombia that was acquired by JWT Worldwide.

 

 

 

 

2adb12eOgilvyOne Global President Dimitri Maex is stepping down after more than 17 years with the Ogilvy network. Global chief strategy officer Jimmy Schougaard will take his place in the role of president, effective immediately.

 

 

 

descarga (2)Schougaard previously served as CEO of Ogilvy Denmark and managing director of OgilvyOne’s global operations.

 

 

 

descarga (3)Ferrara & Company has hired former Publicis New York chief and 35-year industry veteran Joe McCarthy as its new president and chief client officer.McCarthy joins Ferrara & Company from New York design firm Collins, where he served as president beginning in 2013.

 

 

 

descarga (4)Eric Weisberg has been appointed global chief creative officer of MDC Partners'Doner. Weisberg comes to Doner after 15 years at WPP's JWT in New York, where he was most recently global executive creative director.Doner has offices in Detroit, Cleveland, London and Los Angeles.

 

 

hamiltonGetty Images has appointed Andrew Hamilton to the newly created role of senior vice president of data and insights.Hamilton held senior management consulting roles at Accenture and Booz Allen Hamilton. He will be based in New York, reporting to chief executive officer and former Yahoo senior vice president EMEA Dawn Airey.

 

 

 

 

 

descarga (5)Paul Rennie has been appointed president and general manager of Tribune Broadcasting's WGN-TV Chicago. He will also be responsible for the operations of CLTV, Tribune Broadcasting's Chicago-based regional cable news channel. Rennie was most recently VP and general manager of Tribune's Indianapolis TV stations, WTTV-CBS4 and WXIN-Fox59.

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