On The Move

Three new employees have joined Slaughter Hanson Associates in Birmingham: senior brand strategist Charles Littleton, art director Dan March and copywriter Dave Smith.
Lisa Faller has been promoted to executive vice president at FKQ Advertising in Clearwater.
Mark Richardson has been named marketing manager of advertising sales at The Weather Channel in Atlanta.
The Atlanta office of WestWayne has added Cathy Carlisi and Terry Doyle. as senior art directors.
Ashley Schofield has joined Adair-Greene Healthcare Communications in Atlanta as vice president and associate creative director.
Barbara Brotman Kaylor has progressed to senior vice president of the public relations department of Gray, Kirk Vansant in Baltimore.
Maris, West & Baker in Jackson has advanced creative director Eric Hughes to vice president and senior writer Marc Little to associate creative director.
Jonathan Rosenbaum has joined Wray Ward Laseter in Charlotte as interactive director.
Larry Sims has become vice president of sales at The Inspirational Network in Charlotte.
Mike Zeller has been appointed director of integrated marketing services, a new position, at Jackson-Dawson Marketing Communications in Greenville.
Peter Cooper, art director and electronic imaging specialist, has returned to Anderson Communications’ ag2 subsidiary. The Hilton Head agency has also added account executive Christine Thompson.
Chandler, Ehrlich & Co. in Memphis has employed Darcy Scarborough as an account manager.
Gish, Sherwood & Friends in Nashville has enlisted art director James Otto and junior computer artist Jeremy Lane.
KSK Communications in Vienna has promoted senior account executive Karen McManis to account supervisor. She has been with the agency since 1997.
Richmond-based Riddick Corporate Marketing has welcomed art directors Boris Churashev and Kerrie Allen and creative accounts manager Douglas Payne.
Mike Gaffney has been named vice chairman and chief operating officer of Goldberg.Marchesano.Partners in Washington. Gaffney was formerly with Earle Palmer Brown.