CHANGING PLACES: Jonathan Stern, Alejandro Leyva, Tiffany Mosher…
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Burson-Marsteller has announced Jonathan Stern's arrival as Managing Director and Market Leader of the firm’s Miami office, a key component of the firm’s Latin America business. Stern will lead a team serving diverse clients, will be responsible for the strategic growth of the Miami operation, and provide senior counsel to key clients.
Adsmovil has announced the appointment of Alejandro Leyva as (CDO) Chief Data Officer. Based in Miami, he'll be in charge of developing the data area for the Latin American and US Hispanic markets.
Dataxu, a software provider for marketing professionals, has announced the promotion of Tiffany Mosher to Chief People Officer. In this newly created role, she will expand upon her previous role leading global human resource operations and initiatives for the team of more than 350 employees.
Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. has named Geraldo Arriaga as Vice President, Digital Media Sales of SBS, LaMusica App. In this role, Geraldo will spearhead all of the Company's digital revenue efforts at the national scale and ensure SBS's Digital Media programs are fully integrated into the network's growing "Original Content Strategy."
Luis Solis is now Director, Integrated Sales (Eastern Seaboard) at Meredith Corporation.
Michael Strober, previously VP of client strategy and ad innovation at Turner, is leaving the company. He has also been an integral member of OpenAP, the consortium developed by Turner, Fox and Viacom last year to help standardize audience buying on TV that goes beyond traditional, basic demographics.
The New York Times has promoted Gilbert Cruz, previously television editor and an innovative digital journalist in the world of entertainment and the arts, to Culture Editor of The Times. In the years ahead, Gilbert’s primary task will be to build and expand a powerful digital culture report to complement the journal's print sections.
Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews has been promoted to Executive Vice President at CBS News, starting this month. She’ll continue to work directly with CBS News President David Rhodes overseeing day-to-day news coverage.
Chiqui Esteban is the Washington Post’s new Graphics Director. The paper’s Executive Editor Martin Baron and Managing Editor Emilio Garcia-Ruiz announced his promotion, praising Esteban’s skills an influence as department head for a year and a half.
Nuno Teles, a 14-year Heineken veteran who has been U.S. chief marketing officer since early 2014, is departing to take over as the president of Diageo's beer division, which includes Guinness, starting in March. His replacement as of April 15 is Jonnie Cahill.
Marta Fontcuberta has announced her departure from The Coca-Cola Company, where she was global head of marketing communications based in Atlanta. She was distinguished by Adlatina and AdAge as one of the 14 Women to Watch when she was head of marketing communications in Latin America.