CHANGING PLACES LATAM: Sean Walker, Angela Camargo, Aline Verissimo…

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General Mills announced that Sean Walker has been named Group President of General Mills' Asia & Latin America segment effective February 1, 2019. Walker will report to Jeff Harmening, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and will join the company's global senior leadership team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RedMas, one of the leading digital advertising networks in the Latin American and U.S. Hispanic markets, has appointed Angela Camargo Colombia Country Manager.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aline Verissimo is the new  Chief Delivery Officer of Ogilvy Brasil.

 

 

 

 

Kate MacNevin is the new Global Chief Executive Officer at MRM//McCann.

 

 

 

 

 

Andrés Gutiérrez is the new Head of data de Dentsu Aegis Network México.

 

 

 

 

 

Ana Escrivá is Starcom new Global Digital Lead as of December.

 

 

 

Interact Argentina has renewed its authorities:

 

Gustavo Buchbinder (President) W-Hub, Alan Levy (VP) UO Solutions, Martin Hazan (Secretary) Continuo, Juan Marenco (Treasurer) Be Influencers, Santiago Olivera, Y&R, Connie Demuru, Rapp, Agustin Berro, Circus, Matias Dell'Anno, Relevance, Bruno Rovagnati, R/GA, Ezequiel Arslanian, Accenture, Francisco diPaola, diPaola, Damian Macera, GTB, Sebastian Terzi, Ignis, Carlos Mazalan, Mazalan, Diego Villanueva, Gennial, Sebastián Yumatle, Aschen, Federico Viciano, Dual, Fernando Peydro, Live Motion, Fernando de Lusarreta, Massive.

 

BMW Group appointed Gonzalo Matias Rodiño as head of Corporate Communications of BMW Group Argentina.

 

 

 

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