CHANGING PLACES: David Levy, Philippa Brown, Rahul Sabnis, Craig Rowley…
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David Levy has been named CEO of OpenAP, the Fox group's advanced advertising consortium. A founding member of OpenAP, Levy is Executive Vice President, digital revenue, advanced ad products and operations at Fox Corp.
For the first time ever, Omnicom Media Group has appointed a woman to a Global Chief Executive Role. Philippa Brown, who previously served as CEO for Omnicom Media Group U.K., has been promoted to the role of CEO for PHD Worldwide, effective July 1. She will be based in London and report to OMG CEO Daryl Simm.
Rahul Sabnis has been named Chief Creative Officer and Executive Vice President at TheStudio, a newly-branded in-house creative group at media company iHeartMedia. Rahul joins iHeartMedia from MullenLowe Profero, where he was Executive Creative Director and Head of Creative.
Groupon has appointed Craig Rowley as Global Chief Marketing Officer, replacing Vinayak Hegde. In this role, Rowley will oversee Groupon's global marketing channel. He will report to Chief Operating Officer Steve Krenzer.
Dentsu Aegis Network has rearranged its U.S. media management team. Michael Law has been promoted to president of Amplifi, the group’s investment and innovation arm. He previously served as Executive Vice President/Managing Director, DAN, U.S. Media Investments. Andy Donchin, who has been the firm’s Chief Investment Officer, has been promoted to chairman of Amplifi. Lucas Cridland has been appointed to COO, DAN Media, U.S.
Bumble has hired Drew Jaz as its first Global Creative Director. He previously led the Intel account at Mcgarrybowen in San Francisco and worked closely with the brand’s now-defunct in-house shop, Agency Inside.