Barnhart/CMI, Denver, has made the following new hires: Mindy Gantner, media director; Laurel Malenke, director of new media; Ed Kishinevsky, public relations account executive; and Kim Hyman, account manager.
Milici Valenti Ng Pack, Honolulu, promoted Linda Boden, Marlene Teramae and Bill Weeshoff to account supervisors; Bernadette Fo to assistant account supervisor; and Stephanie Gallagher to assistant account executive. The agency also added account executives Gina Olmstead and Carrie Talwar, copywriter Wade Nishimura and multimedia designer Jeremy Niwa.
Professional Color Lab, San Francisco, promoted Jarrod Weaton from project manager to account executive.
Euro RSCG DSW Partners, San Francisco, hired creative director Heather Brown and account directors Diane Hong and Lisa Dauderman for its interactive department on the Intel account.
Odiorne Wilde Narraway & Partners, San Francisco, added four new employees: assistant producer Chris Weldon, media buyer Peter Jacobs, account manager Lisa Zander and communications director Kim Lewis.
Miller/Huber Relationship Marketing in San Francisco added director of marketing analysis Alex DesChenes and media strategist Carol Sattler.
Sasquatch Advertising, Portland, added art director Ted Pate, copywriter Erik Johnson and assistant account executives Sarah Simmons and Stacy Stanley.
Jane Piedad was named president of the Los Angeles Media Research Council.
Pulsar Advertising, Los Angeles, added account manager Michele Lepkowski to its healthcare division.
Saatchi & Saatchi, Los Angeles, added producer Matt Mayer and art director Bob Marcoulier.
Display Works, Irvine, added Karen Gutowski, manager, marketing services; Sandra Farrell, creative director; and Jennifer Nicolini, account executive.
Strahan Advertising, Santa Ana, recently named Martin Borsanyi and Mark Magdaleno account coordinators.
Barbara Thompson is rejoining Foote, Cone & Belding, Los Angeles, as vice president, media director.
Paul K. Woolley was named vice president, international licensing, for MGM Home Entertainment in Santa Monica.
Point B, Newport Beach, added Stacey Witt as an account director.
Antoinette Salvadori was named vice president and director of digital production, and Mark Brown was named executive producer of the digital division at Pacific Title/Mirage Studios, Los Angeles.
Direct Partners, Santa Monica, hired Doug Speidel as senior vice president, creative director, and Megan Kelly as vice president, strategic director.
Univision Network, Los Angeles, added four regional sales managers: Nicolas Valls, James Baral, Judy Kenny and Michael Burch.
Rick Rengel joined Class of 2000, San Diego, as national sales coordinator.
Stoorza, Ziegaus & Metzger, San Diego, promoted Jennifer Andrews and Angelyn Lechman to account executive positions.
Association of Independent Commercial Producers, Los Angeles, added Steve Caplan as West managing director.
Vikki Perfield joined RiechesBaird Advertising in Irvine as an account executive.
Ross Patrick was named creative director for the Los Angeles office of Maddocks & Co.
Rod Riegel was named vice president, marketing, at Fox Sports World, Los Angeles.
Glass/McClure, Sacramento, added Celeste Prince as a media assistant.
Jileen Hohle has joined TH&M Advertising in Irvine as a junior art director.
Janice Parks was named account executive at Lawrence & Mayo Advertising in Newport Beach. Parks, previously senior manager, marketing and communications, at United Way of Orange County, will oversee the agency’s California Nutrition Network account.
John Cihomsky joined Matthews/Mark/MacCracken/McGaugh in San Diego as account supervisor handling several clients including Sony PMCA and Hang Ten.
EMB Partners, an advertising and public relations agency in Seattle, added four new associates: Carol Anne Kennedy, Sheryl Dorney, Kathe Dooley and Haidee Bristol-Horne.
WhiteRunkie Associates, Spokane, added copywriter Scott Steele and proofreader Matthew Budke.
E-valuations Research, Seattle, added Petra Franklin as director of business development. –compiled by Jennifer Lee
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