Stone Ward of Little Rock hired Lynn Biederstadt as senior copywriter and creative team leader on its Terminix account. Biederstadt joins from OgilvyOne in New York, where she worked on accounts that included American Express, Jaguar and Unilever.
Natalie Barrad joined 1Health Communications as vice president of client services. Barrad, 37, was an agency executive at Esprit Communications before joining the Irvine agency. In her new role, she will manage the company’s medical-device, diagnostics and pharmaceutical accounts.
Warner Strategic Marketing in Los Angeles promoted Andrea Kinloch to vice president of strategic marketing and Marylou Bono to vice president of marketing for home video. Both most recently held positions with affiliate Warner Music Group division Rhino Entertainment. Kinloch, 38, began at Rhino 10 years ago, where she rose to vice president of product management and partnership marketing for Rhino Records, while Bono performed the duties of senior director of marketing for Rhino Home Video.
DWP/Bates Technology in Atlanta promoted three staffers. Senior art director Anna Godfrey and senior copywriters Richard Link and David Sokolik rose to associate creative director positions. The three have worked on accounts such as Internet Security Systems, CDW and Murata Electronics.
Milici Valenti Ng Pack in Honolulu promoted the following account executives to senior account executives: Alison Won, 29, who will manage marketing activities for McDonald’s in Hawaii; Kimberly Tamashiro, 30, who will continue to handle the Aloha Airlines and Baldwin accounts; and Jennifer Tang, 31, who will con- tinue to oversee the HMSA, Diag- nostic Laboratory Services and The Contemporary Museum accounts. Also, graphic designer Fannie Niiyama, 35, rose to senior graphic designer.
Initiative Media’s Central Region hired Cathy Richardson as broadcast supervisor and David Greene as account manager. Both will work out of the Chicago office. Richardson will manage local broadcast buying for the Goody’s Family Clothing account, and Greene will be part of the planning and client-services team for Bally Total Fitness. Richardson most recently served as a media planner and buyer with Bader-Rutter & Associates in Milwaukee. Greene has worked in the Chicago advertising community for the past five years, most recently at McCann-Erickson after his tenure at Publicis.
Arnold elevated Craig Johnson to vice president, associate creative director. Since joining the Boston-based Havas agency in 2000, Johnson has served as associate creative director on the Titleist and Oral B accounts.
Colle+McVoy hired nine staffers at its Minneapolis office. Linda Andreozzi was named a business/project manager for the financial-services group; she formerly was project manager at Imagicast and Mackenzie Marketing. Amy Demarest was appointed head of the project-manager group; she previously was director of print services at Martin/Williams in Minneapolis. Steve Gill joined as an account supervisor in the public relations department, working on Nestlé Purina; he most recently was senior public relations counselor at Clarity Coverdale Fury. Nadine Howe was hired as a project manager; she formerly served as senior traffic manager at Foote, Cone & Belding in Chicago. Vince Kalt arrived as an account executive in the consumer group to work on direct marketing and advertising for Bayer CropScience. He previously was at Valentine Radford in Kansas City, Mo., where he also worked on Bayer CropScience. Dan Leisen was appointed a typographer in the creative group; he formerly was a graphic designer at The Hartford/ Fortis Financial Group in St. Paul. Andrew Mackenzie was named a practice leader with the financial- services group, overseeing the strategic development of client solutions on accounts that include Associated Bank. He joined Colle+McVoy from his own agency, Mackenzie Marketing, when it was purchased by Colle+McVoy’s parent, Maxxcom. Amanda Mahnke was hired as a public relations account executive; she most recently was a deputy director in the Wellstone office of the DFL Coordinated Campaign. Jennifer Schneider-Bishop is lead planner in the agency’s wellness group, working on accounts that include Novartis and CHS. She previously was a senior planner for Rexall-Sundown and Roche Diagnostics, among others, at Cramer-Krasselt in Milwaukee. Colle+McVoy also has an office in Los Angeles.
Lund & Manasse Advertising Ink in Las Vegas promoted Kristine Wolff to senior account executive. She will oversee the daily activities of clients such as Golden Gaming, Rampart Casino at the Resort in Summerlin and RA at the Luxor. Wolff, 24, joined the firm in 2001 as an account executive.
Diane Fusilli was named director of the public-issues division of M. Booth & Associates in New York. Fusilli had been a vice president at the agency since 1999, overseeing accounts such as the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Brian Meisner, 28, joined Hanft Byrne Raboy & Partners in New York as director of business development. He will report to Dick Byrne, managing partner of client services. Meisner most recently served in new-business roles at DeVito/Verdi in New York, where he worked on the Jackson-Hewitt account.
Limbo Films added Greg Penner, 39, to its roster of directors. He comes to the Portland film shop after nine years as staff director at production-agency hybrid Tyee Euro RSCG.
Blattner Brunner in Pittsburgh named Keith Martin director, creative services, a new position. He will manage the newly launched Design Services Unit. Martin, 47, formerly served as creative director of Quest Fore in Pittsburgh.
Trana Shannon joined GCG in Fort Worth as director of public relations. Shannon previously was manager of corporate/media/public relations at Parkland Health & Hospital System in Dallas.
Carol Kolhouse resigned her managerial post at TMP Worldwide to join Cramer-Krasselt’s Yellow Pages division in Milwaukee as account service director. Kolhouse has 17 years of experience in the Yellow Pages advertising industry. She is also active in the Yellow Pages Integrated Media Association and the Association of Directory Marketing.