Revolving Door Roster Updates: Cadence, Ogilvy, Stagwell & More

By Kaila Mathis 

The first Friday of August comes with celebrations for new leaders at agencies everywhere.


62Above welcomed two new team members to its public relations department. Corie Fiebiger was named senior public relations manager and Alyssa Kelly was named social media and public relations coordinator.



AblesonTaylor named Terence Prudhomme as media director. Utilizing over 15 years of media and marketing experience, Prudhomme will lead media planning across various client brands.


Cadence signed director Mitch Ryan to its roster. Known for his work on Grammy-winning Latin musician Rosalía’s otherworldly music videos, Ryan brings a contemporary approach to filmmaking, portraying artists in their rawest forms.


Canteen signed directing collective supersensory. The multi-disciplinary team of taste-appeal and filmmaking experts is known for creating photo-real CGI spots.

Channel Factory

Channel Factory named Bill Schild as general manager, Americas. With over 20 years of experience in ad-tech and programmatic advertising, Schild will work to scale the continued growth of the company.

David Miami

David Miami promoted two executives to key leadership positions. Mariana D’Apriel was named head of account and Joana Plautz was named creative director.

Goodby Silverstein & Partners

Goodby Silverstein and Partners welcomed Cory Berger as its first chief growth officer. Berger will drive growth across the agency’s officers in San Francisco and New York City, building its vision for the future.


Headspace promoted Christine Hsu Evans from chief marketing and strategy officer to president. Succeeding her in her previous role is Connie Chan Wang.


Intango named three new executives to lead growth and innovation initiatives. Daniel Malek was appointed as head of corporate development, Anna Belogolovski as vice president of data and Ido Amit as head of growth innovation.

Imagination U.K. & Europe

Imagination U.K. and Europe welcomed Tom Arendas as its new executive director. Arendas will champion the company’s work and expand its growth into new sectors like tech, fashion, lifestyle and youth marketing.


Iris named Mike Giger as the new managing director at its San Francisco office. Giger will work to develop transparent partnerships where all parties have shared buy-in.


Multistudio named Bridget Lowe as its chief marketing officer. With over 15 years of strategic and creative marketing experience, Lowe will oversee the brand’s marketing, creative, consumer insights and holistic communications.

Next Net Media

Next Net Media named Marc Pickren as its new president. Pickren will work to enhance the company’s growth and monetize its status as a leader in SEO, digital marketing technology and generative AI.


Ogilvy named Keka Morelle as its new chief creative officer for Latin America. Morelle will hold responsibility for all creative product across the region, while also enabling the agency to support its team at every stage of its career.


Quantasy welcomed Terrence Burrell as its new executive creative director. Burrell brings over 20 years of experience across creative disciplines and is known for pushing the boundaries of creativity while also championing and nurturing the talents of fellow creatives.

Rinck Advertising

Libby Belanger was named assistant project manager at Rinck Advertising. Belanger will collaborate with internal departments to schedule projects and coordinate them through completion to ensure work is done on time and within budget. 


Saffronic appointed Kevin J. Johnson as its first executive creative director. With over 30 years of experience, Johnson will spearhead creative for the studio’s content production spanning film, television, gaming, advertising and visual FX.


SponsorUnited named Eric Mastalir as senior vice president of brand partnerships. Mastalir will lead brand revenue operations in an effort to bolster company growth.


Stagwell named Lauren Dean as its new vp of strategic growth. Coming from her previous role at Adobe, Dean will drive global growth as well as lend her expertise in creativity, technology and digital.

Squeak E. Clean Studios

Squeak E. Clean Studios promoted Matthew Compton from senior composer to west coast creative director. Since joining the company, Compton has created original compositions for brands including Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s, Califia Farms and Little Caesars.

Team One

Team One brought on two new leaders to advance the growth of its thriving office in Dallas. Amanda Abrams and Joel Dons have joined as the new co-leads of Team One Dallas, overseeing 70 employees across media, technology, creative, strategy, analytics and account management.


Tool named Tyler Cohen as its new creative director, experience. Cohen will collaborate on a variety of projects, working to blend immersive experiences with cutting edge technologies.

Upland Workshop

Upland Workshop welcomed two new key leaders to its team. Dave Beauboeuf was named senior vice president and Hovik Minasyan was named associate in Upland Workshop’s corporate strategy sector.

We Are Social

We Are Social is expanding its team in Southeast Asia with a new launch in Jakarta, Indonesia. The new office, opening following the promotion of Christina Chong to CEO, Southeast Asia, will work to drive growth for clients within the region’s vibrant business community with over 280 million consumers.