DAPHNE WILLIAMS MOWATT has joined E. Morris Communications (EMC) as account supervisor of client services. Mowatt is responsible for the day-to-day management and growth of the Tyson Foods account. Prior to joining EMC on a full-time basis, she served as a freelance account manager, assisting in the development of advertising strategies for Nestlé and Illinois Bureau of Tourism.
JUDITH ROTKER has been promoted from senior vice president, director of operations for iDeutsch and directDeutsch to senior vice president, director of administration and policy for Deutsch NY. Rotker joined Deutsch in 1999 as senior vice president, director of operations for directDeutsch.
Saatchi & Saatchi Los Angeles has named LYNNE HARRIS BERNSTEIN as human interests director. Bernstein will oversee staffing and communications for the 350-person agency. She will also serve as a member of the Saatchi Los Angeles Leadership Board. The agency also named JOHN M. LISKO as strategic communications director, to lead the agency’s integrated consumer contact efforts for its business partners. He will also serve on the Saatchi Los Angeles Leadership Board.
ERICH FUNKE has joined BBDO Chicago as a senior vice president and group creative director overseeing the agency’s Jim Beam Bourbon and Whiskey brands. He was most recently a creative director with TBWA\Chiat\Day in Los Angeles.
FINDWHAT.COM, a developer and provider of performance-based marketing services for the Internet, announced that ANNE HRUBALA has been appointed director of agency relations. Hrubala joined FindWhat.com in May 2003, having previously worked for companies such as ABC Radio and Clear Channel, and 24/7 Media.
Newsweek has shuffled its marketing deck, promoting PATRICK HAGERTY to the post of U.S. publisher. Hagerty, formerly the magazine's associate publisher, joined the company in 2002 from Primedia. Newsweek also announced that Detroit sales manager STEPHEN DOOLEY has been promoted to Detroit advertising director, from sales manager. Dooley will also manage the magazine's rep firm in Canada. Lastly, RONALD GOLMINAS has joined the magazine's Chicago office as a sales rep. Golminas comes to Newsweek from Better Homes and Gardens.
Paul Schultz Advertising has promoted AMBER CHRISTIANSEN to assistant account executive, from account coordinator. Christiansen’s account service responsibilities include Dairy Queen, Do it Best Corp., and Marriott Louisville Downtown.
Starcom MediaVest Group's (SMG) multicultural division Tapestry has named L. RENEE RICHARDSON director of African American markets. She is a 15-year media veteran who has worked for Starcom and Starlink, both divisions of SMG. Richardson will educate and promote the power of the African American marketplace and assist with new business development.
Also at Deutsch NY, LEE LODES has joined the agency as senior vice president, group account planning director and JURENE FREMSTAD has been elevated from vice president, account planner to senior vice president, group account planning director. Lodes will be working on Bank of America and Fremstad is currently working on Tylenol. Lodes was most recently a group account director at Interbrand, where he was responsible for managing client relationships, brand/co-branding strategy development, and corporate identity for brands such as IBM, BankOne, ING, and Ameritrade. Fremstad joined Deutsch in 1999, and has worked on Almay, Revlon, Pfizer, Tommy Hilfiger, and ...
Digital marketing company PointRoll has hired ROGER JEHENSON as vice president of business development/publisher relations and JOY WHEELER as vice president for channel development for PointRoll's Yahoo! relationship. During Jehenson's three years as director of strategic sales in the Technology Solutions division at DoubleClick, he worked with clients such as Sony, Primedia, The Washington Post, and Citicorp. Most recently, he founded and was President of the consulting firm American Revenue Consulting. Wheeler also worked at DoubleClick as director of global accounts for the Tech Solutions Division, managing domestic and international accounts including TerraLycos, Alta Vista, WashingtonPost.com and Newsweek Interactive, and ...