Roll Call: Edelman, Waggener Edstrom, Allison + Partners, and More

Staffing news from around the industry.

Edelman has named David Greenbaum managing director of Edelman Digital. Greenbaum will be based in the firm’s Chicago office, and his move will be effective immediately. Greenbaum comes to Edelman from Havas Worldwide Chicago (formerly Euro RSCG) where he delivered digitally integrated creative and business initiatives for clients that represented retail, restaurant, consumer packaged goods, financial, travel and entertainment sectors. (Release)

Allison+Partners hired Carline Jorgensen, formerly managing director at Burson-Marsteller, to serve as general manager of its LA office. Jorgenson, who founded Kaplan Communications after working in accounts for Porter Novelli, held the B-M role for three years before leaving to work as a freelance consultant. (PR Week)

Waggener Edstrom Communications announced that Dawn Beauparlant will take on a newly created role as head of Technology for the agency’s North America region. Beauparlant has served WE s a board member for the past three years, and has worked to build the agency’s capabilities in areas such as broadcast, branded partnerships, consumer technology, and social and digital expertise. In her new role, Beauparlant will partner with WE’s Technology leadership to drive results for global and regional client remits across all sectors. (Release)

Susan Magrino Agency announced multiple internal promotions for several executive team members. Phil Dilanni, who worked for Magrino from 2002-2004, re-joined the agency as SVP after serving as SVP in Ogilvy’s brand marketing practice. Leigh Ann Ambrosi was promoted from SVP to EVP; she will oversee the consumer, food, wine, and spirits teams in addition to the agency’s business development and marketing operations. Courtney Iselin was also promoted to senior account director in the travel division while Caroline Brown was promoted from senior account advisor to account director and Bailey Horn moved from senior account executive to senior account supervisor. (Release)

Warschawski has added Lauren Scheib to its team in the role of design director. In her new position, Lauren will oversee the development of print and interactive campaigns for the agency’s clients. Prior to joining Warschawski, Lauren was a senior graphic designer at Stoller & Company. Previously, Lauren worked as a graphic designer at Congruent Media, where she designed promotional pieces and web based applications. (Release)

Broad Green Productions has hired industry veteran Adam Keen as executive vice president of Corporate Communications and Worldwide Publicity. Keen previously served as head of publicity for Warner Brothers. Regarding the shift, Keen states, “I have always had a passion for the entrepreneurial environment of an independent company and believe in Broad Green’s vision.” (BroadGreen)

Jamie Lundie, who advised the UK’s Liberal Democrats before joining Edelman’s public affairs team in 2003, has left the firm to serve as MD and head of corporate communications for Barclays personal and corporate banking division. (Public Affairs News)