Both have been a part of the agency's award-winning campaigns, including the "#ManBoobs4Boobs" campaign for MACMA. Most recently, they worked on the Heinz "Pass the Heinz" campaign, which brought "Mad Men's" Don Draper's pitch to life.
"Ricardo and Juan have been with us since we opened DAVID 5 years ago, and these two are a physical manifestation of all of our agency's values," said Anselmo Ramos, co-founder and chief creative officer of DAVID Miami. "They absolutely love this profession, even to a point that it's a platonic, nerdy love. They devour pop culture. They never stop thinking. And they've got something that's so rare to find nowadays: a passion for advertising."
Romero most recently served as senior manager, partnership marketing at Big Machine Label Group, home to artists like Rascal Flatts, Brantley Gilbert, Florida Georgia Line, Justin Moore, Thomas Rhett and Reba McEntire. Prior to that, she worked at Warner Bros. Records and the Country Music Association with brands including Anheuser-Busch, Ford and Delta.
"Sarah's decade of entertainment-marketing experience in brand partnerships will increase the playing field for G7 moving forward," said Gaccetta. "We're thrilled to have such an ardent music fan and industry leader joining our team."
Current G7 clients include Ram Trucks, Cisco, Salesforce, Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey, and Harley-Davidson.
Throughout his career, Fischer has worked on brands like Subaru, U.S. Bank, Harley-Davidson, BMW, Target, Porsche, Buffalo Wild Wings, Dairy Queen, Starbucks, Nordstrom and Purina Dog Chow.
"Marcus has been pivotal in building the momentum and success of Carmichael Lynch in recent years. He has proven his ability to successfully manage the business, while simultaneously inspiring the people around him," said current CEO Mike Lescarbeau, who will move to the role of executive chairman. "In the last few years, Marcus has built a leadership team that is committed to collaboration and interdependence across disciplines to build a unique and unrivaled offering of advertising and PR under one roof, and I'm excited for the future of the agency under his leadership."
In his new role, Fadel will oversee all of WPP's creative output for Colgate-Palmolive across Europe, Eurasia, Middle East, and Africa, a region that covers more than 130 countries and two billion people.
Based in Red Fuse's regional headquarters in Paris, Fadel will report to Jason Oke, regional managing director EMEA and will join Red Fuse EMEA's management team. He will also join WPP's Y&R EMEA Creative Council, which is led by Y&R's regional CCO Jaime Mandelbaum.
Fadel is an veteran of consumer products brands, having previously served as global ECD for Unilever's Sunsilk brand. Originally from Brazil, he spent 11 years at Brazilian creative agency Lew'Lara\TBWA, where he ultimately became CCO and partner. Fadel began his career as a copywriter with stints at DM9DDB and Ogilvy in Sao Paolo.
"Manir is a progressive, world-class creative leader with exceptional experience and is the perfect match for the open, collaborative culture at Red Fuse," stated Oke. "He will be a key asset as we evolve and grow in line with our clients' needs."
Kelly Durham was promoted to executive producer of integrated production. Durham joined VML in 2015 and will focus on managing and elevating the broadcast work done by VML Chicago. Durham will report to Tyler Smith, head of production.
Susan Hatten was hired as a senior producer for the integrated production team, working on Pepsico. She will produce projects for multiple brands, including Gatorade and Tropicana. Hatten began her career in Kansas City, working for Valentine-Radford before moving to Chicago and joining Ogilvy & Mather where worked as a senior content producer for the past 11 years. She will relocate to Kansas City and work out of VML's global headquarters. Hatten will also report to Smith.
Derek Clark was elevated to executive creative director leading Tennessee Department of Tourist Development work and the recently won Electrolux / Frigidaire accounts. Clark joined the agency in 2015 as group creative director of Gatorade. Clark will report to Debbi Vandeven, global chief creative officer. Prior to VML, he worked for Leo Burnett, McGarryBowen and Cavalry, to name a few.
Lastly, Rob Romine was promoted to group director, experience design. He joined the agency in 2008 and has lead the experience design for clients such as FordPass, Common Wealth Bank of Australia, Korean Airlines and Electrolux. Romine reports to Chris Wallen, managing director, experience design.
In his new role for Hill Holliday & Trilia, Proulx is responsible for driving digital innovation and integration across the agency' current clients and new business. He leads the agency's Innovation & Technology department in editorial strategy, digital strategy, creative technology, experience design and digital production. He also heads Hill Holliday & Trilia's mediaFWD, a semi-annual showcase featuring thought leaders in media, technology, and creative exploring important trends for modern marketers.
Proulx joined Hill Holliday in 2008 as vice president, interactive marketing.
"Mike has been instrumental in growing our digital capabilities," said Chris Wallrapp, president of Hill Holliday. "He's led our clients to innovative, first in class solutions, and has always been driven by the intersection of creativity, media and technology. He's a proven leader, a tireless collaborator, and a proactive problem solver. I know we wouldn't be where we are today without his contributions."
Tapped by Fast Company as one of the "Most Creative People in Business," Sheehan began her career as an art director at EnergyBBDO before moving to Saatchi & Saatchi, CP+B and FCB, where she worked on the Cyber Grand Prix-winning "Daily Twist" campaign for Oreo. Most recently, she was a freelance creative director for technology, automotive and beer brands.
"Martin has an admirable legacy—there is real heart and integrity in the DNA. Being on the other side of the tracks in NYC, I'm excited about the potential to help create its rebellious, raucous sister," said Sheehan.
Clouder joins TBWA from Leo Burnett where he previously served as strategy director on Co-Op, leading a successful re-pitch in 2016, before moving to strategy director on the UK McDonald's account.
"Not only does Justin bring his impressive retail knowledge to the Lidl business and brand, he adds skill sets and experience that will enhance our already robust planning and strategic offering," said Brian Swords, managing director of TBWA\London.
Most recently, Pearson was group business director at The Barbarian Group. While there, she led global and North American digital efforts for Pepsi and spearheaded the agency's first virtual reality project. Before that, she was a group account director at Droga5, handling new business and creating marketing initiatives for clients like Spotify, PUMA and Kraft Foods Cracker Barrel and Athenos brands.
She also held positions at Gotham, Bartle Bogle Hegarty, Amalgamated, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, Eleven, Inc. and Publicis & Hal Riney.
"Tenny's passion for brands and the power of consumer insights inspires innovative work that builds businesses," said Hamlin. She has a proven track record of delivering best-in-class digital communications for her clients and establishing successful partnerships."