Zimmerman Advertising CEO Is Stepping Down After Nearly 6 Years

Michael Goldberg joined the agency from Deutsch in 2014

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Michael Goldberg is stepping down as CEO of Fort Lauderdale-based Omnicom agency Zimmerman Advertising after almost six years in the role.

In a statement, Goldberg said he is leaving the role upon return from a family vacation and will transition into a senior advisor role. No immediate long-term successor has been named in the CEO role.

“This is a plan that has been in place for quite a while, only accelerated recently,” Goldberg said, adding that it will allow him “the ability to pursue his personal ambitions of coaching, mentoring and teaching talent.”

Zimmerman founder Jordan Zimmerman explained that he will step into the CEO role on an interim basis, with Zimmerman COO David Kissell, managing director Mike Divine and president Ronnie Haligman helping to manage Goldberg’s former responsibilities.




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