Cooley Advertising & Public Relations appointed Philippe Lannelongue vice president of its Southern Arizona division. He will head the agency’s new Tucson office and oversee all operations there, including business development and account planning. Previously, Lannelongue served as director of marketing and research at the University of Arizona, Extended University. Additionally, Cooley created a general manager position at its Phoenix headquarters and hired Richard Holland to fill the role. He will lead day-to-day operations in Phoenix. Holland worked at KTVK-TV Channel 3 and KASW WB6/61 for 19 years prior to joining Cooley, most recently as creative services manager.


Mark Sloan joined 86 the Onions in Venice as an art director. He previously served as art director at 28th Street magazine, a monthly college-lifestyle publication in Torrance, and he also has designed logos and identity materials for Mosaic Schools, Halo Media, Fulcrum Entertainment, the Cabo Cantina and Hubs Japan, among others.

Horizon Media in Los Angeles tapped Jeffrey Shibata as a media planning supervisor. He will oversee media planning for accounts that include IHOP, Sonic Automotive (Northern California region), Game Show Network, Factory-2-U and Forest Lawn. Shibata formerly was a brand media manager at MediaCom in New York.


Morey Evans Advertising in Denver named Kisa Baumgartner account supervisor. Previously, she held the same title on the Subway account at Euro RSCG MVBMS Partners, where she managed national and local campaigns. In her new role, she will manage the Qdoba Mexican Grill and Great American Tire and Auto Service Centers accounts.


Mintz & Hoke promoted Heidi Lamar from IT manager to vice president and director of information technologies. She reports to chief financial officer Ron Perine at the independent agency in Avon. In her new post, Lamar will oversee all administrative staff and IT services, including computer networks and telecommunications. Lamar has been with the shop for eight years.


Eduardo Perez was named managing partner of Perez-Montalbetti Advertising. He joined the Atlanta shop at its launch last year as director of business development. In his new post, he will be responsible for daily operations and strategic development. The agency also hired Marco Rodriguez as lead art director. Prior to joining the shop, he served in the same role at The Weather Channel Latin America, also in Atlanta. Rodriguez succeeds Nancy Perez, who was promoted to partner.


Catherine Haynes joined Chicago-based media agency Kelly, Scott & Madison as staff accountant. Haynes formerly was an auditor at Arthur Andersen and also has worked as a senior financial analyst at GATX Rail Corp.


Havas-owned Arnold in Boston promoted Emily Culp to management supervisor. She previously worked as an account supervisor. Culp, who joined Arnold two years ago, works mainly on the agency’s Southern Comfort business.


Automotive public affairs firm Strat@comm in Detroit hired John Casey as vice president, managing director. Casey formerly was with John Bailey & Associates and Weber Shandwick, both in Detroit. Strat@comm also hired Becky Snedeker Smith, formerly with the Aluminum Association, as senior account executive.


IPG’s Draft installed two new vice presidents at its New York office. Philip D’Addio was appointed vice president, director of modeling and analysis, and Michael Goldstein was named vice president, management supervisor. D’Addio joins Draft from Rapp Collins Worldwide, where he was director of client services for its Marketing Technology Group. In his new post, he will be responsible for integrating targeted segmentation strategies and analytics into client marketing programs. Goldstein rejoins Draft’s account- service team after serving as an account director at Korey Kay & Partners. He previously worked at Draft from 1996-2000.


Corder Philips Wilson hired Danelle Lane as client manager and brand planner. She will provide managerial and strategic support for the Charlotte shop’s Saussy Burbank and D. Joyce Inc. accounts. Lane comes to CPW from The Harris Group, also in Charlotte, where she held the same position.


Robin Farrell Patterson joined Philadelphia-based SFGT as advertising manager, a new post. She will have a role in all non-broadcast work, including print advertising, direct mail, collateral and internal promotion, on all accounts. Previously, she was an account executive and photo producer at Lorel Marketing Group in King of Prussia, working on Journeys (fashion retail) and King of Prussia Mall.


Signature Advertising hired two staffers. Jay Witherspoon joins the Memphis shop as an online solutions manager. Most recently, he was Web development manager at Conway Brown, also in Memphis. Laura Rogers was named account coordinator. She formerly managed the agronomic office at Old Waverly Golf Course in West Point, Miss.


Moving Pictures Editorial appointed Christopher Bero sales manager. Prior to joining the Dallas firm, Bero was a marketing coordinator at MGM in Los Angeles. In addition, MPE hired Stephen Nutt as tape operator. Nutt previously worked as a visual artist at Dallas-based Neiman Marcus. Stephanie von Hovell, a recent graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, joined MPE as associate producer and public relations representative.

Houston-based Stan & Lou Advertising installed Ray Redding as vice president and creative director. Redding will oversee all creative assignments and assist in new-business development. Before joining the shop, Redding held the same position at Rives Carlberg, also in Houston.


The Martin Agency promoted three employees. Ginny Harris was named senior account executive. She arrived at the Richmond shop in 2000 as an account executive. Gayle Johnson rose to data operations manager. She was hired in 1996 to work in Martin’s call center. Jason Komulainen, creative supervisor, joined the agency in 2001 as senior art director. He works on the Champion Mortgage and UPS accounts.