Roll Call: Conservation International, Publicis Worldwide and Telemundo

Conservation International (CI) announced that it has appointed Meg Galloway Goldthwaite as its chief marketing officer. Goldthwaite will be responsible for CI’s marketing and communication efforts, including strategic partnerships, brand positioning and message development. Goldthwaite joins CI from Women for Women International (WfWI), where she served as senior director of strategy and innovation. Prior to that, she served as vice president for marketing and communications for the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund where she amplified Haiti’s need for rebuilding lives and livelihoods by amplifying the stories of Haitians now creating a better future through smart, sustainable development. At the World Wildlife Fund, Meg brought Earth Hour—WWF’s signature initiative—to the United States in 2008, growing US participation to more than 80 million by 2010. (Release)

Publicis Worldwide North America has appointed Julie Levin chief marketing officer. In the new role, Levin will partner with business development and communications teams in the agency’s offices in a bid to improve both organic and new business growth. Starting September 8, she will be based in the Publicis North America flagship office in New York. Levin was previously at the Martin Agency, where she led and won pitches for Stoli and Sparkle Georgia Pacific, among others. Earlier Levin was head of business development at BBH/NY. (MediaPost)

The Telemundo Station Group has announced changes in its sales leadership team. Matt Boxer was named VP of business development, Joe Napolitano was named VP of the national sales offices and Jenney Valverde was named VP of sales marketing. Boxer spent 18 years at Univision working in various sales leadership positions at Univision’s local stations in Miami and New York. He has also served as VP of marketing and strategic solutions for the Univision Station Group and as SVP of the client development group. Boxer comes to Telemundo from Meredith Xcelerated Marketing. In his new role, he will lead a newly created team of five business development directors. Napolitano will oversee the National Sales Offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Mexico City. He has worked at Telemundo since 2004. Valverde was most recently the senior director of sales marketing for the Telemundo Station Group. She started her career with NBCUniversal as a page 17 years ago. (TVNewser)