On The Move

Jason Klein, senior vice president of Times Mirror Magazines in New York, will assume responsibility for the corporate sales and research department. He will remain president of The Outdoor Company, which includes Field & Stream and Outdoor Life, as well as president of Today’s Homeowner.
Donovan Data Systems, New York, a provider of specialized information technology systems for advertising agencies, has appointed Henry Lawson worldwide president and chief operating officer.
Bon Appƒtit, New York, has tapped Carol Campbell as associate publisher.
Kathryn Metcalfe has joined Sciens Public Relations, New York, as senior vice president. She will be responsible for business development, client services, and for management of client programs.
G+J USA Publishing, New York, reported several personnel moves: Tammy Palazzo was promoted to book publishing manager from books and licensing manager; Maria Vizzi was named the new national sales manager for Parents.com; Randy Frank Leeds was named advertising director of Fitness magazine; Ann Baird was hired as promotion director for Family Circle and McCall’s magazines; and Mary Miller Moss was named promotion director of Family Circle and McCall’s.
Travel & Leisure magazine, New York, has elevated Susan Zanger to fashion and beauty manager from senior account manager and has hired Karen Levine as senior account manager.
The American Advertising Federation in Washington, D.C., has named two media executives to lead the industry group. Richard Schade, vice president, central and national field sales at NBC in New York, was named AAF chairman during the organization’s recent annual conference in Minneapolis. Janet Robinson, vice president, general manager of The New York Times, was tapped as vice chairwoman.
USA Weekend has hired Allen Kurzman as director of marketing, to work from the publication’s New York office.
Robert Gregory has been named publisher of Travel & Leisure Golf, based in New York. He had been publisher of wGarden Design magazine.

NEW JERSEY
Dugan Valva Contess Marketing and Communications, Morristown, reported nine personnel moves: Susan Kavett was tapped as vice president, management supervisor; Susan Schickedanz was hired as art director; Deana Luberto was promoted to account coordinator; Winston Young was elevated to senior art director; Nina Segovia joined the agency as field marketing manager; Gregg Gerstman signed on as senior account executive; Laura Bauchwitz was elevated to senior account executive; Patricia Schaefer was tapped as receptionist; and Wendy Amato joined the firm as a group assistant.
John Noonan was promoted to president, general manager of the Ariston division of Graphic Design Technologies in Hillside. Ariston is a supplier of screen printed and electronically produced graphics.
The Sawtooth Group, Woodbridge, has named Kathy Gerla Gold as vice president, management supervisor. Gold had been a principal, management supervisor at Publicis, New York.
Creative Marketing Alliance, Princeton Junction, has hired four associates: Gregory Schmalz, director of public relations/promotions; Debora Tartaglia, art director; Nancy White, marketing account executive; and Suzanne Merrill¸¸, account coordinator.
Century 21 Real Estate, Parsippany, has appointed Steven Savino as senior vice president of marketing, products and services. He will oversee promotions, advertising, marketing and national public relations campaigns.
Richard DePascal was elevated to vice president, associate creative director from senior copywriter at Results Inc. Advertising, Hasbrouck Heights.
DKB & Partners, Morristown, has tapped Michael Lewis as assistant account executive.

PENNSYLVANIA
IntelliMedia-LD&B, Horsham, has promoted Catherine Lange to media planner from media assistant.
Weyerhauser Fine Paper, Valley Forge, has appointed John Gaston to the newly created post of manager, new product development.
Agnew & Corrigan Advertising in Lancaster has tapped Brenda Ulmer as a computer artist and designer.

CONNECTICUT
Glen Allen Martin was named technology support specialist by J. Brown/LMC Group, a Stamford co-marketing agency.
The World Wrestling Federation, Stamford, reported three promotions: Andrew Knopf was elevated to director of media sales from senior account executive, Jon Sayer was tapped as director of business development from senior account executive and Craig Cassanelli was elevated to national sales director from advertising director.