ANDREAS ROELL, president and CEO of Geary Interactive, has been named president of the San Diego Advertising Club. Roell, who previously served as Ad Club vice president and president-elect, will serve as president for the remainder of the 2005-2006 term, following the resignation of Ad Club president JIM KING.
Campus Media Group has promoted JOEL EISFELDER to director of media, where he will oversee all media channels for reaching the youth market. In addition, BRIAN HASTY has been named director of operations.
TACODA has hired BRIAN BROWNIE as publisher account manager, responsible for managing deployment of TACODA's new video products. In addition, TERRA W. CRAIG has joined the company as southwest advertising sales manager. Most recently, Brownie worked for Unicast, most recently as business development director. Before joining TACODA, Craig was a senior account executive with Dedicated Networks.
SUSE UHLENBROCK has been named director at LA production company, Uncle.
JANET BARKER-EVANS, senior vice president and group creative director at Draft, was named "Direct Marketing Woman of the Year" by the Chicago Chapter of Women in Direct Marketing International.
PAUL GERAGHTY was named online merchandising & e-business manager at DMi Partners. Prior to joining DMi Partners, Geraghty was a buyer for Urban Outfitters.
Carat Fusion has hired CRAIG DEWOLF as vice president, account director and JOHN MCNULTY as an account director. DeWolf is working on clients including Progressive Direct, eFax and Palm. McNulty was most recently associate director of marketing at Modem Media, where he was in charge of developing online and CRM initiatives for companies such as Sprint, Safeway and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals.
The Independent Film Channel (IFC) promoted ALAN KLEIN to senior vice president of partnerships and licensing, up from vice president of integrated partnerships. In his new role, Klein will serve as the network’s chief of business development and continue to direct IFC’s expanding partnerships.
Agency.com has named ALI GRAYELI as vice president, executive creative director and VINCE QUILICI as client partner in its San Francisco office. Grayeli will lead the direction of the creative department and oversee all creative content in the San Francisco office. Prior to joining Agency.com, Grayeli served as creative director at Blast Radius. Quilici will work with the Miller and Del Monte clients to help drive their digital strategies and joins Agency.com from Carat Interactive where he served as global account director for Eastman Kodak.
STEVE CHESKIN has been appointed senior vice president of programming for WE and GENA MCCARTHY has joined the network as vice president of development and production.
InfoSearch Media has named EDAN PORTARO vice president of sales. He will lead the company's initiatives in the small and mid-sized enterprise market. Most recently, Portaro was a senior vice president of retail and national sales at Yellowpages.com.
La Agencia de Orcí & Asociados has named RICARDO CÁRDENAS as executive creative director. Cárdenas is responsible for leading the Orcí creative team in creative strategy, concept development and creative execution.
In-game advertising company Double Fusion has appointed PETER LEVIN to its board of directors.
Time4 Outdoors has made a bevy of staff changes. JOHN GRANEY has been named advertising director for Field & Stream, Outdoor Life and SHOT Business. Previously, Graney was advertising sales manger for Country Living Magazine. GREG GATTO has been promoted to national sporting goods director, adding this role to his current responsibilities as eastern sales manager. Gatto joined Time4 Outdoors in 2004 as an account executive. SARA LAIRD O'SHAUGHNESSY was promoted to western advertising manager, up from senior account manager. PAULA IWANSKI has been named northeast sporting goods sales representative. Iwanski previously served as marketing services manager of Savage Sports Corporation. Lastly, MATTHEW LEVY was named consumer sales representative for Time4 Outdoors. Most recently, Levy served as media supervisor at Foote, Cone & Belding.
LAURA GALIETTA-COTTER has joined Scripps Networks as vice president of ad sales marketing for Food Network and FINE LIVING TV Network. She will be responsible for forging strategic alliances with advertisers.
MARTHA CONNORS has been named vice president/general manager of online for IDG’s Computerworld and CXO Media.
DIANE TRYNESKI has been promoted to executive vice president of Discovery Production Group. Tryneski first joined Discovery in 2003 as senior vice president.
EDWARD HUGHES has been named associate publisher for GOLF MAGAZINE. Hughes will lead the nationwide sales efforts. He joins the magazine from Forbes Inc., where he most recently served as vice president, custom solutions for Forbes Magazine, overseeing the publication’s integrated custom programs.
Organic has promoted SAM CANNON to group creative director in Detroit to lead the interactive portion of the DaimlerChrysler account. He will assume some of the responsibilities previously handled by COLLEEN DECOURCY, Organic's chief creative officer, who is leaving the agency to join JWT New York in a senior creative leadership role. Cannon joined Organic a year ago as associate creative director.
ISABELLA SANCHEZ has joined Tapestry as vice president/managing director of Tapestry's Miami hub. Sanchez will lead new business for the office. Most recently, she served as vice president/director of media services at The Bravo Group.
RICHARD CLAFLIN has joined Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia as vice president of programming, broadcasting. In addition, JILL BOULET-GERCOURT was named vice president of marketing, broadcasting. Claflin will oversee the development of original programming for the Broadcasting segment and provide creative oversight for current programming. He was most recently vice president of comedy series development for ABC. Boulet-Gercourt will oversee all marketing, promotion and creative services for MSLO’s television business segment. Boulet-Gercourt was most recently director of synergy at the ABC Television Network.