CHANGING PLACES: Liliana Madrid, Gap Kim, Anna Bager, Silvia Lagnado…
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Impremedia has appointed Liliana Madrid as its new Revenue Director, Digital. Madrid will replace Juan Chouza, who has stepped down from the role to become Xaxis' Relationship Director.
Gap Kim will oversee Global Business Marketing at Twitter. In his new role, Kim is tasked with communicating Twitter’s advertising value to businesses. In his last role at WhatsApp, Kim was responsible for leading product marketing strategy for business, brand and growth.
The Out of Home Advertising Association of America (OAAA) has tapped Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Executive Vice President Anna Bager as its next president and CEO. She replaces Nancy Fletcher, who's led the OAAA since 1991. Bager’s appointment is effective on September 16, 2019. During her more than eight-year tenure at IAB, Bager led all-digital, mobile, video, and data industry initiatives representing more than 650 member companies.
McDonald’s will not refill the role of Global Chief Marketing Officer after Silvia Lagnado steps down from the role in October. Lagnado has been with the company since 2015. Global marketing at the company will now be overseen by Colin Mitchell, Senior Vice-President of Global Marketing and Bob Rupczynski, Senior Vice-President of Marketing Technology.
Nike Inc. is reshuffling its marketing team. Adrienne Lofton, who spent nine years at Under Armour in top marketing roles, is joining Nike as VP of Marketing for North America. Nike veteran Nicole Hubbard Graham will take on an expanded role as VP of Global Category and Nike Direct Marketing. Gino Fisanotti will move to the newly-created role of VP of Global Brand Creative.
Horizon Media announced the launch of new full-service multicultural agency 305 Worldwide in partnership with Armando Christian Pérez, aka Pitbull, the Grammy-winning artist and
The new shop will be headquartered in New York. Pérez will serve as Chief Creative at the new venture and Karina Dobarro, Horizon’s senior vice president, managing director, multicultural & former Portada Council System member, will also serve as Chief Strategist at 305 Worldwide.