Roll Call: GolinHarris, CP+B and SHIFT

GolinHarris announced the promotion of Adam Pawluk to executive creative director in its New York office. Pawluk will continue serving key clients, such as Unilever, Vivus, GSK, and Digicel. He will also play a key role in new business development and continue to lead the creator community for the office. Creators are integral in the agency’s g4 model, charged with developing bold and innovative ideas and creating effective content. Prior to joining GolinHarris in 2008, Pawluk served as vice president at Ogilvy Public Relations and Ketchum working on a number of healthcare and consumer accounts. (Release)

CP+B has welcomed three new creative directors to its Boulder office: Sesh Moodley, Matthew Elhardt and Avital Pinchevsky. Moodley arrives from AKQA, where he spent nearly a year as creative director in the agency’s San Francisco office. Prior to AKQA, Moodley has had a variety of global stints, spending several years as a senior creative at the Sydney offices of both Leo Burnett and Lowe and as a CD at Naked Communications. Elhardt, a 20-year industry vet, has freelanced as a variety of agencies ranging from TBWA\MAL to W+K but has also served as a CD proper at TBWA\Chiat\Day itself as well as Carmichael Lynch and 180LA. Finally, Pinchevsky arrives from DDB South Africa, where she spent the last 18 months or so as creative director on McDonald’s. During her career, she’s also served as an ACD at BBDO New York and as a copywriter at Y&R Tel Aviv. The new hires will all work across accounts in their roles at CP+B. (AgencySpy)

SHIFT announced that it has named Paul Ollinger as president of the company. Spending the last 15 years in executive and advisory roles, Ollinger most recently served as vice president of sales for Facebook’s west region. Ollinger has a rich background in social media marketing and technology. In 2007, Ollinger joined Facebook as one of its original 250 employees and focused on business and sales growth. As vice president of sales for Facebook’s west region, Ollinger and his team designed and implemented social marketing strategies as the space grew through its formative years and matured into a powerful opportunity for businesses of all types. Prior to joining Facebook, Ollinger worked in sales and business development roles at and Yahoo! Ollinger will continue to serve as an advisor to startup companies 8tracks and LeanKit. (Release)