On The Move

Saatchi & Saatchi Business Communications in Rochester promoted chief operating officer Tom Carroll and chief creative officer Ann Hayden to vice chairmanships. Carroll has been executive vice president and president of the agency’s telephone directory ad division; Hayden has served as executive vice president and executive creative director.
Donald Allman, executive vice president and general manager of TDI in New York since 1993, moved up to chief operating officer of the out-of-home media company.
At MTV Networks in New York, Harvey Ganot progressed to president of worldwide advertising sales and John Popkowski advanced to president of U.S. advertising sales.
Steven Poppe, former vice president and management representative at McCann-Erickson in New York, joined Welch Nehlen Groome Advertising in Garden City as vice president of marketing.
Recent promotions at D’Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles in New York include: senior vice president, group creative director Pat Chiono to executive creative director; senior vice president, creative director Sherry Nemmers to group creative director; senior vice president, associate creative director Jackie Leak to creative director; vice president, associate creative director Robert Woolcott to senior vice president, creative director; and vice presidents, creative directors Palmer Davis, Simon Hunt, Micky Pagano and Michelle Salmon to senior vice presidents.
Michael Pepe assumed the presidency of Time Inc.’s Business Information Group, which includes Fortune, Money and Your Company magazines. Pepe has served as group publisher of the New York unit since September 1993.
G+J USA Publishing in New York elevated art director Diane Lamphron to creative director of Family Circle magazine.
Paul Philpotts, formerly with Burson-Marsteller, was elected European president of New York-based Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide. Philpotts will be stationed in London.
WorldLink East, a New York company specializing in direct response television sales, appointed Sue Abruzzese-Thorman director of business development, Ginny Malley sales manager, Christine Tsagaroudas and Arelis Torres account executives and Cheryl Leung sales assistant.
Cindy Riccio and Marialisa Arnold were designated director and manager of public relations, respectively, at Sara Lee Hosiery in New York.
Intellipost Corp. in New York installed Saul Federman, former head of interactive advertising sales at Reader’s Digest Association, as vice president of sales.
Alan Tucker, vice president of strategic planning at New York advertising agency The Benjamin Group, was awarded associate status in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Sports Illustrated in New York promoted Tina Ienna to Detroit advertising director, Tom Chisholm to Los Angeles ad director, and John Reese and Jonathan Shar to assistant consumer marketing directors. Mark Ellis, most recently Detroit ad sales director, progressed to publishing director of the SI Presents division.
Meridian Consulting Group in Westport added David Fields as senior consultant. Previously, Fields worked in marketing and brand management at SmithKline Beecham Consumer Health in Pittsburgh.
Kenneth Baker advanced from account manager to program manager in the market reach division of J. Brown/LMC Group in Stamford.
The Lunar Group in Whippany promoted Larry Freeman to vice president and director of media. Prior to joining the agency in 1995, Freeman was employed at Gaynor Media in New York.
Debby Wolf, most recently a senior copywriter at Bozell, arrived at Gianettino & Meredith in Short Hills as associate creative director of copy.