Strategic People Moves at FCB, Deutsch NA, Horizon Media and More Changing Places

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Marie Gulin-Merle has stepped down from the roles of Chief Marketing Officer at Calvin Klein and Chief Digital Officer at PVH Corp. Gulin-Merle had served Calvin Klein’s marketing area for over a year, adding PVH duties earlier in 2019.





Horizon Media has announced that it has hired John Koenigsberg as General Manager of Big, launched in February of this year. Koenigsberg will report to Gene Turner, EVP Chief of Horizon Next.





FCB has named Tyler Turnbull as CEO of North America. Turnbull, who was formerly CEO of Canada and New York, will lead the U.S. operation. He will report to worldwide CEO Carter Murray.





T-Mobile has welcomed Javier Barrientos as new Director of Diversity & Inclusion Engagement as part of its Hispanic Heritage Month efforts. “I joined T-Mobile last month as the Director of Diversity & Inclusion Engagement, a role I carefully examined to make sure I truly understood T-Mobile walked the talk of its commitment to diversity,” said Barrientos. “The evidence of inclusion was staggering against other prospective employers.”




PR and marketing firm Edelman has named Matthew J. Harrington its Global President, on the 67th anniversary of the firm’s founding by Daniel J Edelman. Harrington, who will also retain his current title of Global Chief Operating Officer, becomes only the third president in the history of the firm and the first not named Edelman.




Mike Sheldon, CEO and Chairman of Deutsch North America, has informed parent company InterPublic Group (IPG) that he will leave the agency at the end of the year. He first joined Deutsch in 1997.