CHANGING PLACES: Perkins Miller, Adam Bonnett, Deirdre O’Brien, Brian Wieser…
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Perkins Miller, who previously led StubHub GM/Americas, has been named CEO of fan-driven platform Fandom. He will continue to be based in San Francisco.
Adam Bonnett, former Disney Channels Worldwide EVP of Original Programming, has been appointed Executive Producer, Mattel Television. Bonnett will be responsible for global episodic content development and production for live action and animation based on the company’s iconic brands.
Apple has announced that Deirdre O’Brien, who has worked for the company for three decades, is has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Retail + People, reporting to CEO Tim Cook. She will fill the role following the departure of Angela Ahrendts in April.
Brian Wieser is joining WPP PLC’s media-agency conglomerate GroupM as Global President of Business Intelligence. In his new role, Wieser will work closely with GroupM’s agencies and WPP’s broader network to provide insights to clients.
Amazon has named Rosalind Brewer, the current Chief Operating Officer of Starbucks, to its board. Brewer is only the second African-American woman to sit on the company’s board in its 25-year existence.
Lime announced the appointment of Duke Stump to the position of Chief Marketing Officer. As Lime's first-ever CMO, Stump will focus on uniting global marketing teams and furthering Lime's mission to redefine urban mobility.
GAP has tapped Alegra O'Hare as senior VP and CMO. O'Hare was most recently VP of global brand communications at Adidas Originals and Style.