New York-based Sudler & Hennessey, the healthcare communications unit of Young & Rubicam, has appointed chief financial officer Brian Harris general manager of worldwide operations. Harris has held financial posts at Young & Rubicam offices in Australia, Canada and England. Sudler & Hennessey has also tapped Barbara Renta as president of both North American operations and its New York office. Renta had been president of the U.S., Belgium and United Kingdom offices of NCI Advertising.
Della Femina/Jeary and Partners, New York, has hired Mark Fredricks, former associate creative director on the Merrill Lynch and Pfizer accounts at Bozell Worldwide, as vice president, associate creative director. The shop also promoted Elaine Pizzarelli to director, broadcast services.
Steve Farella, executive vice president, director of business development and integrated communications at New York shop Jordan McGrath Case & Partners, has been elected president of The Advertising Club of New York. Also named as officers were: Carla Loffredo, senior partner and director, brand communications, J. Walter Thompson, as senior vice president; Paul Cappelli, founder and president, the Ad Store, as vice president; and Robert Mate, vice president, publishing director, Meredith Corp., as treasurer. Chosen as directors were: Steven Block, brand and interactive advertising director, AT&T; Keith Clinkscales, president and chief executive officer, Vibe; Jack Haire, publisher, Time; Maureen Starr, global media director, Elizabeth Arden; Lee Nadler, director of global marketing, DoubleClick; and Peter Bopp, vice president, advertising and brand communications, American Express.
The Intuition Group, New York, has tapped Howard Roughan and Stephen Wille as partners, creative directors. Roughan had been vice president, creative director at Bates USA; Wille was formerly a creative director at Publicis, New York.
Latorra, Paul and McCann, Syracuse, has hired two account services staffers: Amber DuMont was named associate public relations account executive and Rebecca Sexton was appointed account coordinator.
BSMG Worldwide, New York, has elevated Steve Lombardo to partner. Lombardo is president, chief executive officer of the company’s KRC Research unit.
Will Vinton Studios, a character animation company based in Portland, Ore., has named Richard Durkin vice president, executive producer in charge of the New York office.
Richard Beckman has been appointed vice president, publisher of Vogue, New York. He had been publisher of sister Condƒ Nast publication GQ since 1995.
CurtCo Freedom Group, New York, has brought on Cheri McKeithan as marketing director of Mobile Computing & Communications and Portable Computing. McKeithan had been national advertising director of MacUser and MacWeek, two Ziff-Davis publications. Jill Montaigne was also tapped as associate publisher, marketing, of Home Office Computing and Small Business Computing.
FCB HealthCare, New York, has added four staffers: account executive Jane Cooper; senior account executive Eli Perez; account executives Ed Cowen, Tina Miliano and Kim Green¸; and senior account executive C. Parker Taylor.
David Gillies has rejoined McCaffery Ratner Gottlieb & Lane, New York, as management supervisor on the General Cigar Brands account. He most recently worked at FCB/Leber Katz & Partners.
Cable Networks Inc., Woodbury, has tapped Holly Williams as director of news sales. She had been senior vice president, strategic media for Demographics/The Media Audit.
Linda Ley Ciccarelli has joined Sandler Communications, New York, as vice president, media director.
The Long Island Advertising Club has elected Richard D’Amico, senior vice president of Greenstone Roberts Advertising in Melville, as president.
The Reader’s Digest Association, New York, has reported several management changes in its U.S. magazines division: Eric Gruseke has been named vice president, associate publisher of the U.S. edition of Reader’s Digest; Michael Reilly succeeds Gruseke as publisher of The Family Handyman; Daren Mazzucca was tapped as publisher of New Choices; Pete Haeffner was named advertising director of New Choices; John McKittrick was elevated to New York sales
manager, Stacey Sauerberg was appointed Eastern sales manager and Lee Zellweger was named Los Angeles sales manager.
Channel One Network, New York, reported two additions to its sales force: Jennifer Johnson-Pattulo was named senior vice president, advertising and promotion sales and Annette Mitchell was appointed vice president, advertising and promotion sales, East Coast.
Playboy has elevated James Dimonekas from senior account executive to national sales manager. He will continue to work from New York.
Media Logic, Albany, has named Mark Borst director of interactive services. He had been lead Web designer and graphic artist at PowerAdz in Troy.
Mary Ellen Ellwood was named vice president, human resources at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, New York. The shop also brought on Lee-Ann Murphy as an associate on the Merck account, Jenna Smail as an associate on the Glaxo Wellcome business, Susan Duffy as a junior associate on the Merck account and Marina Reig as a junior associate on several accounts.
Edward Newland Associates, Shrewsbury, has hired William Wiles as senior art director, Renee Korbely-Maiz as art director and William Santana as production manager.
Dugan Valva Contess in Morristown has appointed Jacquie Trezza as senior account executive, Lee Ann Zaccheria as desktop publisher, Adele Gay as a proofreader, Jodi Guella as group assistant and Inmaculada Serrano as financial coordinator.
DevCom, a Kingston-based shop specializing in pharmaceuticals, has hired Christina Magarelli as a project coordinator.
Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corp., Paramus, has tapped Regina Taylor as vice president, marketing. She will oversee and direct the company’s advertising, market research, Web site and regional marketing activities.
Bob Hartman has been named vice president, director of print services and design effects at Ketchum Advertising in Pittsburgh.
Debbey Racano, vice president and associate creative director at LevLane Advertising, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., and Brian Zaslow, senior vice president and director of client services at LevLane, were named advertising all-stars by the Philadelphia Ad Club.
Medical Broadcasting Co., Philadelphia, has tapped Greg Perugini as vice president, technology. The agency also elevated Bill Meisle to vice president, creative director from director of the interactive department.
Mitchell & Resnikoff, Elkins Park, has promoted Paul Stevens to senior vice president, creative director. A 27-year veteran of the shop, Stevens had been vice president, creative director.
Nina Goodheart was appointed as executive vice president by Dudnyk Healthcare Group, Horsham.
Maslow Lumia Bartorillo Advertising, Wilkes-Barre, reported three promotions: Susan Olenchak was elevated to production coordinator, Christopher Vida advanced to associate creative director and Mary Ann Augaitis was named media administrator. The shop also hired Joseph Angerson as Web master and computer artist, Erin McLaughlin as a copywriter and public relations writer and A.J. Zambetti as art director.
Trade Dimensions, a Wilton-based marketing information services company, has named Scott Taylor group vice president, sales and marketing. He will be responsible for marketing, sales, client services and the development of alliances.
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