REVOLVING DOOR: Geometry Global Appoints Six To Senior Leadership Roles

WPP’s Geometry Global announced a number of senior leadership appointments throughout its offices. The appointments come on the heels of the formation of Geometry Global as an autonomous network within WPP in June 2013, along with a series of new business wins. Bruce Henderson was named chief creative officer, North America. Since joining Geometry Global, he has helped bring a number of new clients into the agency and created the recently launched “Animal Instincts” Pet Condoms campaign for the San Francisco SPCA. Eric Pakurar was named chief strategy officer, North America, charged with leading the North American planning and strategy teams for Geometry Global, based in New York. Hugh Boyle was named chief digital officer, global and North America. Boyle will oversee the expansion of Geometry Global’s digital capabilities in North America and work from the Chicago office. David Coppock was tapped as chief data and analytics officer, North America, charged with overseeing the North American data and analytics practices for Geometry Global. Kevin Shelhamer was named managing director, Chicago. He will partner with Nancy Leibig, executive director, general manager, Chicago, over the coming months to form an integrated offering across Chicago for Geometry Global. Lastly, Kristen McCaney was named director, communications and new business, North America. McCaney will continue to lead new business efforts with the added role of overseeing internal and external communications for Geometry Global, North America.  McCaney joined G2’s New York office in 2009 in an account management role, and most recently served as associate director, integrated solutions and business development.

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