Cactus Marketing Communications, a full-service ad agency in Denver, hired Melissa Robenhorst as traffic manager. She will manage the work flow of all jobs through the agency from inception to final delivery.
Addis in Berkeley named Kathy Tierney president. She was previously CEO and president of Smith & Hawken.
Cole & Weber, Portland, hired art director Todd Munn, senior designer Kristin Holder, media supervisor Cathy Martin, copywriter Thomas Patten, senior account executive Melissa Nelson, account executives Sarah Collins and Erin Brown and traffic coordinator Andrea Drapcho.
KTTV-TV Fox 11, Los Angeles, named Steve Cobble national sales manager. He was previously an account executive.
Campbell-Ewald/West, Los Angeles, named Deena W. Woodrow senior vice president and John J. Haggerty vice president. Woodrow will be responsible for overseeing all West Coast media planning. Haggerty will lead broadcast production efforts on Chevrolet and other West Coast accounts. Also, Gwen Conley was named vice president, associate director of strategic communications planning. She was previously director of strategic communications planning.
Foley/Freisleben, Los Angeles, added Sadiya Nasir as account associate in the technology marketing and business-to-business communications group.
The Blaze Co., Venice, appointed Tanisha Carden as senior account executive.
Lighthouse Advertising & Design, Santa Clara, added Pam Ott as media director and Angie Kellen as media planner.
Marc Weinstock joined Screen Gems, Culver City, as vice president of marketing. Weinstock previously co-created and developed online marketing tool iJunket.
Digital studio Radium, Los Angeles and San Francisco, added to its L.A. studios creative director Loni Peristere, effects supervisor Chris Jones and executive producer Steven Schofield. Other new additions include visual effects producer Rick Baumgartner, commercial producer Carla Attanasio and CG artist Robert Hubbard.
The T&O Group, Irvine, promoted Lynn Evans to vice president. Evans was previously associate creative director.
Angela Arthur joined Point B, Newport Beach, as account supervisor.
The Regan Group, Culver City, hired Garey L. Kopecky as director of print production. Kopecky was formerly manager of print production at The Integer Group.
Independent Media Services, a media planning and buying agency with offices in New York and Los Angeles, tapped Elliot DeBear as senior executive vice president. DeBear joins Independent after five years with SFM Media.
Big Bang Idea Engineering, San Diego, added Jana Peck and Stacy Kadrich to the account service department. Peck joins Big Bang as an account supervisor managing Qualcomm’s Eudora projects and other top accounts. Kadrich was hired as assistant account executive to facilitate marketing campaigns for the National University and Bidland Systems accounts.
Eliot Kang, president and CEO of Kang & Lee Advertising, New York and Los Angeles, is one of seven young advertising and media executives chosen to be added to the American Advertising Federation’s Advertising Hall of Achievement. The other current inductees are August Busch IV of Anheuser-Busch; Lee Ann Daly of ESPN; Gary Epstein of Euro RSCG Tatham; Kate Everett-Thorp of Lot21; Richard Kirshenbaum of Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners; and Ann Lewnes of Intel Corp.
Cole & Weber, Seattle, hired recruiter Tom Butts, art directors Greg Wyatt and Lianne Weis, assistant media buyer Alison Warning, copywriters Peter Hughes and Jonathan Ozer, account executive Roisin Meagher, assistant account executive Rory Lewelling, controller Terri Huntley, systems administrator Justin Richert, help desk manager Maurine Sen, client billing coordinator
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