Roll Call: MWW, AOL, INTEGRATE and More

MWW announced that Ryan Wallace has joined the firm’s technology industry practice as vice president, enterprise and technology. Wallace, who will be based in New York, brings more than a decade of B2B technology experience. He comes to MWW from Bite Global, where he led the New York office and oversaw global strategy for the firm’s clients including Plantronics, SAP and other enterprise and start-up brands. As part of his role within the enterprise and technology group, Wallace will help oversee the development and management of integrated communications programs that help boost brand relevance via a combination of paid, owned and earned strategies.(Release)

Nate Richardson has been named president of AOL’s AOL Live, its live streaming video site. Richardson was previously the co-founder and CEO of Waywire, a video curation service he created along with Mayor Cory Booker. Prior to his time at Waywire, Richardson served as president of Gilt City. Richardson also previously served as CEO of ContentNext Media Inc., which owns (FishbowlNY)

INTEGRATE announced the appointment of marketing executive Scott Vaughan as chief marketing officer. In this newly created role, Vaughan is responsible for marketing and go-to-market strategies to engage and support INTEGRATE’s rapidly growing base of customers. Prior to INTEGRATE, Vaughan served as chief marketing officer at UBM Tech where, under his leadership, the company reinvented its marketing approach and developed integrated programs and services to serve business and technology professionals and the marketers trying to reach them. (Release)

Ed Baker, head of Facebook’s International Growth, has joined Uber as head of growth. Prior to Facebook, Baker was co-founder and CEO of, which was acquired by Facebook network in October 2011. Uber also announced the hiring of Google vice president, yreasurer, and chief accountant Brent Callinicos as chief financial officer, and Klout chief operating officer Emil Michael as senior VP of business. (AllFacebook)

Bill Mulvihill has been named national advertising director at Vanity Fair. He had been advertising sales director there. (MB)


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