On The Move

Keiler & Co. in Farmington has named Scott Hermann-Keeling research analyst, Michele Martin senior account executive and Scott Santa-Maria assistant account manager. Hermann-Keeling previously served as marketing communications associate at Virtual Marketing in Middletown, Martin was with Marketing Resources in Brookfield and Santa-Maria was with Ingalls in Boston.
MCS Advertising & Production in West Hartford has hired Lisa Medeiros as account coordinator. She was with Media Network Advertising in Morris Plains, N.J.
Marquardt & Roche/Meditz & Hackett in Stamford has named David Wood vice president, director of interactive development and Justin Contursi interactive specialist.
O’Neal & Prelle in Hartford has tapped Edward Becchetti as controller. He most recently served as regional accounting manager at VNA Health Care.
Cynthia Weedel has joined Ciavarra Design in Boston as senior traffic manager. She was previously production project manager at Simon & Schuster.
Natick-based Pro Media has promoted Paula Fitzpatrick to assistant vice president of account services.
Greenberg Seronick O’Leary & Partners in Boston has tapped Bill Haver as production and traffic manager from New England Financial, Mike Parseghian as assistant account executive from Gearon Hoffman and Allison Feeney as account executive from Bronner Slosberg Humphrey.
Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos in Boston has announced the following hires: Julie Kovacs, account coordinator; Douglas McDermott, copywriter; Barbara Nachtigall, executive assistant; Emily Burns, media planner; Midori Daito, junior designer, interactive; Sue Wilkins, research associate, marketing sciences; Ann McPherson, account manager, interactive; and Lindsey Winick, traffic manager. In addition, the agency has promoted Colleen Jamison to broadcast assistant, Jennifer Hart to senior media billing coordinator, Nicola Sepe to MIS coordinator, Michael Tramonte to senior print billing coordinator, Sharon Kallander to media planner from assistant planner and Gina Gangitano to promotions manager from executive assistant.
Trinity Communications in Boston has named Lisa O’Neill public relations account executive, Amy Mitchell and Laura Martin account executives, Jason Beattie traffic manager and Eileen Murtaugh accountant.
David Gumpert Communications in Needham has hired Patricia Kane as director of client relations. Kane previously served as director of public relations and development for Wide Horizons for Children in Waltham. David Gumpert also has promoted Kevin Astle to account executive.
CC and D Communications in Boston has tapped Ken Scotti as production manager and Michelle Vitagliano as account specialist in the public relations department. Scotti was production manager at Irma S. Mann, Strategic Marketing.
Lois Paul & Partners in Burlington has promoted Andrea Gregory and Martina Moscone to account managers, David Ayer to senior accountant and Daniel Antonellis and Julie Scillieri to account representatives. The agency also has announced the following hires: Jennifer Hicks and Amy Loomis, senior account representatives; Linda Seid, account representative; Bryan Campbell, network administrator; and Alicia Buckman, Robin Noelle, Mindy Goldberg, Christina Saraiva and Hadley Weinzierl, associate account representatives.
The Weber Group in Cambridge has named Megan Flynn assistant account executive from Collaborative Communications, Crystal Macaulay assistant account executive from Reality Bytes, Christina Noonan account coordinator in new client development and Debbie Kelsey executive assistant from PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
Custom Communications Partners in Boston has tapped Paul DiMattia as design director and Sunny Chao as design assistant.
The Boston Herald has promoted Gwen Gage to vice president of advertising and Kathleen Murphy to vice president of promotions. Gage served as vice president of promotions for the past seven years, and Murphy was promotions manager.
Boston-based FamilyEducation Co. has selected Liza Parker as vice president of sales. She was vice president of advertising sales at Salon Internet in San Francisco.
Clarke & Co. in Boston has named Leigh Nixon senior account executive from Lois Paul & Partners, Karin Lozeau senior account executive from Narrative Communications, Meagan Busath account specialist from Mark Russell & Associates, Amanda Smith account specialist from the University of Massachusetts and Kristin Zina account specialist from Massachusetts General Hospital.
Lisa Goyette has joined WCVB-TV in Boston as national sales manager. She most recently served as manager of Telerep Boston.
Kerry McDermott has been tapped by the Meadow Glen Mall in Medford as marketing director. She most recently served as management assistant.
BBK in Newton has promoted Rebecca Passo to publicist from public relations specialist.
Arnold Communications in Boston has announced the following appointments: Denise Rosenblum, vice president, management supervisor; Sara Warwick, management supervisor on Volkswagen; Jennifer Miller, account executive at Arnold Brand Promotions on Volkswagen; Jennifer Forbis, account supervisor on Fleet; Heather Reed, account supervisor on Bell Atlantic Yellow Pages; Kim Kaufmann, account executive on The Hartford; and David Briggs, account coordinator on Titleist and Foot-Joy.
RDW Group in Providence has hired Courtenay Dubois as media planner and buyer. Dubois was a print media buyer for Hair Cuttery in Falls Church, Va.
Gail Morris has been named sales manager for the Rhode Island News Channel in Cranston. She most recently served as advertising director for Apex Department Stores.
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island in Providence has named Raymond Rainville vice president of human resources and Rick Farias vice president of coordinated care. In addition, the company has promoted Michael Sisti to chief communications officer.
Evergreen Advertising & Marketing has hired Blair Birdsey and Cynthia Williamson-Powers as senior copywriters and Rick Allerton as marketing development manager. Birdsey was with Copeland Hirthler Design + Communications in Atlanta, Williamson-Powers was a freelance writer and Allerton was with Barry Blau & Partners in Wilton, Conn.