Trade Dimensions in Stamford named Marianne Frasco director of new business development. She was with Cox Direct, also in Stamford. Allan Rau was tapped as director of business partnerships. He had been director of marketing research and analysis at Actmedia in Norwalk.
The DW Communications Group in Blue Hill promoted Kyle Murphy to creative director and partner. He had been assistant creative director.
Jeff Nevers was installed as public relations coordinator at NL Partners in Portsmouth. He had been a reporter for the Biddeford Journal-Tribune.
Gearon Hoffman in Boston promoted media director Heidi Currier Ferris to vice president and media director. Christopher Dimmock was advanced to account supervisor from account executive. Kathy Carino was upped to vice president and account director from account supervisor.
Alexandra MacAaron joined Direct Results Group in Boston as vice president and creative director. She had been a vice president and account director at Cuneo Sullivan Dolabany in Boston. Julie Martin, also from Cuneo Sullivan, was named vice president and account director.
Lehman Millet in Boston added Lauren Howard as a business development manager. She had been an assistant account executive at Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos in Boston. Annie Mueller, a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina, joined as a project manager.
David Nichols was appointed director of prepress operations at Dynagraf in Canton. He had been with Allied Printing Services in Manchester, Conn.
Houston Herstek Favat in Boston promoted Mary Brodgon to vice president and account supervisor. Richard Weinstein was advanced to vice president and media supervisor. Adam Kasper was bumped to media buyer and planner. John Perez was promoted to technology manager. Jennifer Richard was hired as an assistant account executive. Emily d’Entremont joined as an account coordinator.
Christine Klaehn was promoted to interactive producer and studio director at Corey McPherson Nash in Watertown.
Converse in North Reading promoted William Adams to vice president of U.S. sales and national accounts from general manager. Steven Dodge was advanced to vice president of U.S. sales and field accounts from general manager.
Computerworld in Framingham promoted Isabelle Kane from senior district sales manager to director of its Boston sales office. Fred Losapio was promoted to director of its New Jersey sales office. Christine Curry was advanced from district sales manager to director for its Northern California territory. Linda Holbrook was promoted from district sales manager to director of the Microsoft account. Nancy Coy was advanced to director of Southern California sales. Susan Davis was upped to senior account executive.
Deborah Stepanian was tapped as director of operations at Cipriani/Kremer Design in Boston. She had been director of creative services at Holland Mark Martin in Boston. Rene Payne was promoted to vice president and associate creative director from senior designer.
Media One Advertising Services in Newton promoted Carole Howley Simmons to senior account executive. Robin Subsick was advanced to assistant sales manager from senior account executive. Diana McLean was upped to account executive from manager of operations.
Christine Coleman joined Michael P. Wasserman Inc. in Boston as an executive vice president. She had been a principal at Rafanelli Farris Events Management in Boston.
Dickinson Direct in Braintree tapped Stuart Christie as senior account manager and team leader. He had been director of client services at Amergent in Peabody. Amy Lally, a recent graduate of Bentley College, was hired as account coordinator.
Robin Turcotte was named to the newly created position of internal customer service representative at The Old Farmer’s Almanac in Dublin.
Keetle + Co. in Burlington installed Keith Brown as senior designer. He had been a designer at Jager Di Paola Kemp Design, also in Burlington. Karalyn Middings was hired as a production coordinator and office manager. She had been with Grafik Communications in Washington, D.C.
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