CHANGING PLACES: Clifford J. Levy, Alex Bogusky, Yumi Clevenger-Lee…

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Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, Clifford J. Levy, will be the next metropolitan editor of The New York Times. Levy has served as a deputy managing editor since 2016 and this will be his first time running one of the paper’s news desks.






Creative guru Alex Bogusky is returning to CP&B, the agency he bolted in 2010, as co-founder and chief creative engineer. Bogusky started as an art director in 1989 at what then was known as Crispin and Porter Advertising.






Nestlé Waters North America has appointed Yumi Clevenger-Lee as their new VP-chief marketing officer. Prior to this, Clevenger-Lee had been marketing director for the Latin American division of Cereal Partners Worldwide.






John Alvarado, member of Portada's Sports Marketing Board, has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Brand Marketing at Constellation Brands






After nearly four decades with CBS advertising, Dean Kaplan is retiring from his position as exec VP of sales strategy, planning and administration. Kaplan will be succeeded by Russ Behrman, who has been at CBS for 34 years.






Adrienne Lofton is leaving Under Armour where she has served as senior VP for global brand management since 2015. Lofton "has decided to pursue another opportunity" a spokeswoman said.





VP and Global CMO Bob Kantor "mutually agreed to separate his employment" as MDC Partners' CMO. Prior to joining the company, Kantor was CEO of Publicis New York and president of Lowe & Partners NA.







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Nobox Chief Creative Officer Marcus Kawamura Drives Brands’ Consumer Engagement With Big Ideas

Nobox Chief Creative Officer Marcus Kawamura Drives Brands’ Consumer Engagement With Big Ideas

Miami-based agency Nobox has tapped Marcus Kawamura as Chief Creative Officer to drive brands’ engagement with consumers by generating big ideas and delivering them on multiple platforms. Rapidly shifting technology requires brands to speak with consumers on multiple platforms, but Kawamura says engaging consumers requires deep brand understanding, big ideas, and the ability to entertain and react quickly to opportunities.