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FLORIDA
Diane Omans was promoted to media buying supervisor at Fahlgren's Fort Lauderdale office. The agency also hired Christa Patchen as an account executive and Daniel Fernandez as an assistant account executive.
Turkel Schwartz & Partners in Miami has hired three new employees. Jodi Wolf has arrived at the agency as a senior account manager, Solimar Moreno has joined as a media assistant and Ashley Swanson was assigned responsibilities for digital image processing.
David DiMaggio was appointed senior creative writer at Yesawich, Pepperdine & Brown in St. Petersburg.
GEORGIA
Interweb, Atlanta, enlisted J. Tillman Douglas as director of sales.
Barrie Cohn joined the Atlanta office of WestWayne as an account executive. The agency also added two additional employees: Sharon Oreman as senior traffic manager and Geoff Richardson as an assistant account executive.
Judi Weber was promoted to vice president and senior art director at Clarion Marketing and Communications in Atlanta. At the same time, the agency also hired Brandy Wimmer as an assistant account executive.
Ketchum Advertising in Atlanta made the following staff additions: senior account executive Heather Oliver, account executives Stacy Geagan and Garet Calhoun, and account coordinators Elizabeth Woody and Kelly Jordan.
MARYLAND
Eisner & Associates, Baltimore, tapped Lisa Kremer as vice president and management supervisor.
Richardson, Myers & Donofrio in Baltimore signed Shelley Frome as client program administrator.
Carton Donofrio Interactive in Baltimore named Helen Ostrovsky director of software development.
Joseph Herrick progressed to vice president and creative director at Rosse & Associates in Sparks.
Jinling Elliott was named research manager at Jones Communications Media Services in Lanham.
NORTH CAROLINA
Long Haymes Carr, Winston-Salem, selected Zack Grove as account executive and Gerald Troutman as associate out-of-home media director.
SOUTH CAROLINA
Erwin-Penland in Greenville welcomed Jerry O'Malley to its creative department as an art director.