Roll Call: Rubenstein Public Relations, TAXI and DDB

Rubenstein Public Relations announced that Monique Dinor has joined the firm as a vice president. With over 12 years of experience in media and public relations, Dinor brings an extensive background leading strategic marketing and public relations strategies for clients across a wide range of industries including travel, consumer products, entertainment, energy, finance, education, non-profit, beauty, and healthcare over the course of her career. Prior to joining RPR, Dinor served as an account manager at Alpaytac, where she led and was involved in strategic marketing and public relations initiatives for clients in a variety of industries including Turkish Airlines and Euro-Pro, among others. (Release)

After spending the last four years serving as group creative director/managing partner at IPG-owned, NYC-based agency Gotham, Reid Miller is joining WPP-owned TAXI to assume the role of executive creative director at its New York office. During his time at Gotham, Miller worked alongsidefellow GCD/managing partner Anthony Moss on past and present accounts including Denny’s, Yellowbook, and others. Prior to Gotham, Miller, an art director by trade, served as an ACD or creative director at the likes of Y&R, BBDO, Lowe and Hill Holliday. (AgencySpy)

Kevin Drew Davis has joined DDB Canada in the newly created position of chief creative officer. Davis will be responsible for leading the agency’s convergent creative offering across all platforms in Canada. This is the first time a chief creative officer has been appointed to lead all of DDB Canada’s integrated creative departments. Davis will be based in Toronto and will oversee the agency’s total creative product as well as serve as key architect on new business strategy. He will lead the integrated creative teams across all disciplines and all offices across Canada. Davis most recently served as executive vice president, executive creative director at Digitas Chicago, responsible for the integrated creative product for both the Chicago and San Francisco offices. He played a pivotal leadership role on key accounts such as Sprint, eBay, and others. (Release)