Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos, Boston, promoted the following employees: Karla Tateosian to vice president managment supervisor, from management supervisor; Terry Allen to vice president, director of cultural affairs, from corporate events manager; Tom Grubis to vice president, studio manager, from assistant studio manager; Darryl Jelley to vice president, creative director/interactive, from vice president, associate creative director/ interactive; Kim Patrick to vice president, man agement supervisor, from vice president, account supervisor; Sarah Elcik and Renee Holleran to account supervisor, from account executive; Jennifer Akins, Lindsay Cotter, Erika Dalski, Caroline McNamara and Julie Morhouse to account executive, from assistant account executive; Kate Connelly, Geoff Lamont, Jaime McLaughlin, Julie Mullin and Abbie Stulgis to assistant account executive, from account coordinator; Eileen O’Connor to corporate communications manager, from account executive; Anne Chick to research manager, from senior research analyst; Wendy Hudson to producer, from associate producer; Jennifer DeMartino to junior buyer, from assistant broadcast buyer; Bess Denney to junior buyer, from assistant network buyer; Jennifer Butterworth to junior art buyer, from administrative assistant, art buying; Hal Marden and Jonathan Mitchell to senior Mac artist, from Mac artist; Eric Peterson and Tony Rizzuto to senior art director, from art director; Chuck Pagano to senior copywriter, from copywriter; Adam Pierno to art director, from junior art director; George Koukkos and Rob Vlock to copywriter, from junior copywriter; Pauline DiSalvia to assistant traffic supervisor, from senior traffic manager; John Bromley and Erica Knapp to senior traffic manager, from traffic manager; Jason Gullickson to chief technology officer, from director of network services; Mike Byrne to creative technology specialist, from technology support analyst; Talisa Cherfils to assistant benefits manager, from payroll/benefits coordinator; Nicole Taglieri to senior print billing coordinator, from billing coordinator; Leon Whitehead to mailroom supervisor, from mailroom clerk; Scott McLean to controller, from senior accounting manager; Fin Kirwan to director of business-to-consumer practice, from data account supervisor; Cindy Slayton to account supervisor, from senior data ac count executive; Kevin Noke to account manager, from data account executive; Greg Konar to software engineer, from senior database programmer. Hill, Holliday also announced several new hires in the Boston office: Seb Maitra, senior vice president, group media director; Ken Gerbetz, senior vice president, strategic consulting; Amy Hildabrand, media supervisor; Ming Juan, director of analytic services, relationship marketing; Sarah Mandino, network buying supervisor; Douglas Welch, Mac production artist; Katrina Baxley and Jamison McIntosh, both billing coordinators; Stacey Lange, executive assistant; Jeanna DiCarlo Berman, administrative assistant; Meghan McGuire and Heather Jutcawitz, both receptionists; Tiffany Breth, toddler teacher, day care. The following individuals were hired in Hill, Holliday’s CRM office in Framingham: Tim O’Leary, senior vice president, chief technology officer; Robert Good, vice president, new business; Maya Roht, senior programmer analyst; Karen Hurst, Daniella Skillings, Steven Grico and Isa Castro, all telemarketing agents.
The Castle Group, Boston, hired Emily Farber as an account director for its public-relations division. In this position, Farber directs account activity and strategic planning for the agency’s financial, high-tech and professional services accounts, as well as participates in new-business development. Prior to joining The Castle Group, Farber was an account executive at Collaborative Communications, where she was responsible for strategic planning and tactical implementation of public-relations programs for ScanSoft, OneSource Information Services and U.K.-based Red-M. Farber has also held positions in advertising at Salt Water Sportsman magazine and marketing at MFS Institutional Advisors. Castle’s client roster includes national ac counts, such as e-Travel, FleetBoston Financial and Amicas.
Smith & Jones, Worcester, hired Rosemary Lerit as copywriter and proofreader. Separately, Aimee Belair was hired as head of the agency’s interactive department. Prior to Smith & Jones, Belair worked as a graphic artist at Worcester magazine.
Christian Bagge joined Velocity Advertising, Boston, as an account coordinator. Bagge will work on a variety of account and administrative activities at the agency.
Red98, Boston, hired Jim Haggerty as director of new-business development. Haggerty will work with the agency principals to help contact and inform companies as to the advantages of working with Red98. Prior to joining Red98, Haggerty was the business development director for Agency.com and spent two and a half years with Blockbuster Interactive, both in Boston.
David Deziel rejoined DavisPartners as CEO. Prior to the agency, Deziel worked as vice president of marketing and member services at St. Mary’s Bank, Manchester, N.H. He also worked for two years as director of client services when DavisPartners was known as Tom Davis + Co., Lexington. Kristen Tepper was named as account executive. Tepper will work on a variety of the agency’s accounts. Prior to joining the agency, Tepper worked at Holland Mark, Boston. Jennifer Coelho was promoted to traffic manager from assistant account executive and will manage all of the agency’s accounts. Prior to joining the agency, she worked at Women’s Wear Daily, New York. DavisPartners’ client roster includes Fluent Technologies, Invesco Funds, Phillips Fastener Products, Citi Street, Redington and Prism Venture Partners.
Direct Results Group/Sourcelink, Boston, promoted Barbara Dolan to vice president, controller. In her new position, Dolan provides more than 14 years of expertise in managing successful business operations. She works closely with SourceLink’s business offices in Deerfield, Ill., as well as with each DRG/SourceLink department, to ensure that the agency’s financial goals are met. Dolan manages the agency’s financial, administrative and human-resources teams. Prior to joining DRG in 1997, Dolan worked at Newburg & Co. in Wellesley.
Filias Advertising, Portsmouth, hired Margaret Logan as senior account executive. In her new job, Logan manages client relationships and provides account service for a dynamic roster of projects. She also focuses on strategic planning, tactical marketing communications, media strategy and public relations. Logan brings more than 10 years of communications, media relations and public-relations experience to Filias.
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