On the move

Foote, Cone & Belding in New York elected seven new vice presidents. They are: Emily Eisnitz, Stephanie Esposito, Karina Fassett and Catherine van Kampen, account directors; Paddy Giordano, senior producer; and Susan Pinke and Aryeh Wiener, senior copywriters.
Jeffrey Hamill, who most recently served as associate publisher of Good Housekeeping magazine, became vice president of advertising for The Hearst Group’s 17 titles in New York.
Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners, New York, elevated vice presidents Lisa Zakarin to group account director and director of response marketing, Aaron Reltkopf to director of account management, Brendan Donovan to creative director, Tim Beck to associate partner and director of information technology and John Susskind to director of interactive marketing.
Fleur McNally was recently designated director of business development at M&C Saatchi in New York.
Jordan, McGrath, Case & Taylor, New York, promoted Kathryn Ryan to executive vice president and group director of account services. Previously senior vice president and management supervisor, Ryan works on accounts such as Hasbro, Milton Bradley and Parker Brothers.
Deb Daniels, former business manager at Sports Illustrated for Kids, was appointed production director at InStyle magazine in New York.
Turner Broadcasting System International, New York, advanced director of business development Kevin Cohen to vice president. Laura Fortner, manager of international business development at Nickelo-deon, moved to TBS International as director of business development.
Peter Leimbach progressed to director of sales development research at ESPN’s New York office. Previously, Leimbach was the cable channel’s manager of local and syndication sales research.
Recent promotions at Woodbury-based Bravo Networks include: Jonathan Sehring, president, IFC Films; Ed Carroll, executive vice president and general manager, Bravo and Independent Film Channel; Joe Cantwell, executive vice president, media distribution and development, Bravo and Independent Film Channel; and Cynthia Burnell, senior vice president and general manager, Bravo International.
James Glicker, formerly with the Bertelsmann Music Group, joined 1-800-Flowers in Westbury as vice president of sales and marketing.
New York-based Enhanced Marketing installed Ronald Vignone as chief executive officer and managing partner. Previously, Vignone was executive vice president of Lowe McAdams Healthcare.
June Wallach was appointed an account director at Roper Starch Worldwide in New York.
Food Network, New York, promoted Leon Tinker to design director and hired Mark Materowski as director of promotion marketing, Jennifer Caserta as marketing manager and Lesia Figueira as public relations manager.
Bonnie Hammer, vice president of original production and current programming for USA Networks, New York and Los Angeles, was recently elected to the board of governors of the National Academy of Cable Programming.
Four former ad agency executives and a magazine publisher were voted the 1998 inductees of the Medical Advertising Hall of Fame, Huntington: Lansing Chapman, Medical Economics; Frank Corbett, Frank Corbett Advertising; John Kallir, Kallir Philips Ross; Paul Klemtner, Klemtner Advertising; and Arthur Sudler, Sudler & Hennessey.
J. Brown/LMC Group, Stamford, added Lisa Zucchi as account coordinator and Marna Wilber as account executive. Previously, Zucchi was an assistant buyer at Horizon Media in New York and Wilber was a production coordinator at Cognitive Communications, also in New York.
Linda Vos signed with Fusion 5 in Westport as creative director. Vos was formerly vice president and creative director at Alcone Marketing Group.
Imagemaker Associates Advertising of Brick hired Jenna Rydarowski as junior account executive.
Adriana Dorgans moved up to office operations assistant at Gianettino & Meredith in Short Hills.
Bynums Advertising Service, Pittsburgh, assigned Kevin Cash to its creative staff as a copywriter.