CHANGING PLACES: Joy Howard, Ashley Perkins, Laura Saldivar, Brian Gies…
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After eight months at the post, Joy Howard has stepped down from her role of CMO at Lyft. Instead of a CMO, Lyft will now have a VP of Marketing Operations and a VP of Brand. Heather Freeland, previously Head of Global Communications at Facebook, will fill the former, while Google marketer Jabari Hearn will take on the latter.
Prisa Brand Solutions announced the appointments of Ashley Perkins as East Coast VP of Sales and Laura Saldivar as West Coast Sales Director. Perkins will be based in New York and Saldivar in California. They will focus on sales strategy and business development in the United States.
Church’s Chicken has appointed Brian Gies as CMO. Gies replaces Hector Munoz, who has taken up the CMO role at rival chicken brand El Pollo Loco.
Jeff Collins has been named Executive Vice-President of Ad Sales at Fox News. Collins will succeed and report to Marianne Gambelli. He will oversee the Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, Fox News Digital, Fox News Radio, Fox News podcasts and subscription streaming service Fox Nation.
Publicis Groupe is appointing Delphine Stricker as new Vice President/Director of Communications, replacing Peggy Nahmany who left earlier this year to join The Thales Group. Stricker will be in charge of Publicis Groupe’s global communications efforts.
Interpublic Group announced that is has appointed Pete Stein as Global Chief Executive Officer of Huge. As Global CEO, Pete will be based in Brooklyn, NY, where he will lead 1,400 people across thirteen offices.
ViralGains has announced a significant expansion of its leadership team. Safaa Lafnoune has been appointed Vice President of Product. Beth Laplante has joined the firm as Director of Customer Experience. Alex Reuter and Michael Lubavin have been promoted to Directors of Engineering.
Leo Burnett Worldwide has named Liz Taylor its Chief Creative Officer. Starting July 8, Taylor will lead the creative direction of the global agency network and help build the agency’s offering and culture. Taylor will take on a hybrid role as North American creative lead of Publicis Communications.
Comscore CEO Bryan Wiener has departed the company after less than a year over what he called “irreconcilable differences.” The measurement firm’s president Sarah Hofstetter has also left over “differences with the board over how to execute the company’s strategy.” Dale Fuller will serve as interim CEO as Comscore begins to search for a replacement.