Shea Cashion, formerly with Tierney & Company, has joined the sales staff of Fast Company as account manager in the Dallas office. In addition, Jacquelyn Olson has progressed to regional advertising manager for the magazine’s Midwest and Southwest regions.
Creative Civilization has hired Javier Jiminez as account executive. Jiminez will be responsible for the RapidMoney Corp. and Kelly USA advertising accounts at the San Antonio shop.
Janet Kerr has joined the staff of Wheeler Advertising in Arlington as accounts payable representative, after working at an agency in North Dallas.
Bates Southwest in Houston has appointed Susan Swann print production manager and Lemee Moffett broadcast business affairs manager. Swann has worked for various agencies and industry service providers including Pegasus Design Group, Easterly & Co. Design and Chas P. Young. Moffett comes aboard from Equilon Enterprises, also in Houston.
Michael Godfrey has been designated vice president of marketing for eFANshop, the Dallas-based startup venture that operates online sports stores for leading Web sites. Godfrey previously held the position of brand strategist for Covad Communications.
Graphics Concepts Group in Fort Worth has appointed Steve Wright creative director. For the past nine years, Wright has served as writer and creative manager at Dally Advertising.
Targetbase in Irving has strengthened its executive ranks with the appointments of Sue Brockway and Jeff Armstrong as vice presidents of client services. Previously, Brockway held senior management consulting positions with Ernst & Young and Deloitte & Touche, while Armstrong owned and operated his own consulting firm in Raleigh, N.C.
Susan Hajny, former director of central sales at UPN, has moved to Austin-based GSD&M’s Chicago office as broadcast media research manager.
Edmondson/Quest Business Group has appointed Bill Banks director of strategic planning services. Banks will oversee the Austin company’s eQStrategy customer centric strategic planning division.
Jordan Associates has added three employees. Kari Woods and Jennifer Osborne have arrived as media assistants. The shop also named Nina Jung media planner and buyer. Jung joins the Oklahoma City-based agency from Beals Cunningham, where she was media director.
Littlefield, the Tulsa-based agency, has recruited a creative director after a two-month national search. J. Michael Martin has joined the shop as vice president and creative director. He takes over for Neil Scanlan, who wanted to concentrate on creating advertising at the shop. The appointment brings Martin back to his hometown after stints with agencies in St. Louis, Rochester, N.Y., and most recently, at Gleason/Calise in Dallas
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