Changing Places: Avery Adams-Melissa Purseley, Sandra Naranjo, Albaro Cabrera, Rocio Fernandez…

Sandra Naranjo is the new National Accounts Manager, at Norsan Multimedia. Until recently, she worked as Public Relations Manager at Norsan Multimedia.

Avery Adams, Multicultural Manager at Supervalu is transitioning to the merchandising side. His role will be picked up by Melissa Purseley, Director Brand Advertising at Supervalu.

Albaro Cabrera and Rocio Fernandez will join GlobalHue. Cabrera will join as Executive Director of Ideation with primary responsibility for development of Next, a new GlobalHue division focused on brand cultural strategy and ideation, and also will drive the fully integrated communications efforts. Rocio Fernandez will join as Executive Strategy Officer to lead GlobalHue's integrated Planning, Insights, Research and Analytics disciplines across all divisions. She will also play a leadership role in the development of Next in conjunction with Cabrera.

Univision Communications Inc has announced the appointment of Peter Walker at the newly created position of president of Univision Local Media, effective July 12. In his new role, Walker will oversee Univision Local Media, a newly created division which reflects the realignment of all operations and sales for Univision’s local television stations, Univision Radio and local interactive properties into one division.

NVISION, Inc., the provider of advertising planning and sales solutions to the media industry, has announced three new members of the company's leadership team: Jennifer New as Vice President of Product Management, Christopher Passante as Vice President of Digital Development, and Dan Maxwell as Director of Digital Product Management. 

Mike Valdés-Fauli has been promoted to the newly-created post of U.S. Managing Director at The Jeffrey Group. He was also appointed to the agency’s Executive Management Committee. He will now be responsible for all U.S. staff and client service, including teams handling the firm’s Latin America pan-regional accounts coordinated from the U.S., as well as U.S. Hispanic market clients.

Jason Hirschhorn, who has been co-president of MySpace since February, is leaving the social-networking site. “Hirschhorn will not be replaced”, News Corporation, which owns MySpace, said in a statement.