• Revolving Door: Huge Adds VPs To Oakland Office
    Huge Oakland is boosting its leadership team after several business wins in the retail, tech and financial services spaces and expanding relationships with existing clients Google and Nokia. New managing director Mike Chamberlin joins the agency from Razorfish, where he oversaw the agency's San Francisco office. Earlier in his career he served as VP, director of strategy and innovation at EVB and worked at BBDO and Cutwater. And David Lowrie-Reed’s role as VP of client services will be to manage the Google business on the West Coast. He was most recently SVP overseeing Toyota Brands for George P. Johnson and …
  • Revolving Door:Gain Theory Appoints Nuzzo Global Head Of Attribution And Marketing Technologies
    Gain Theory, the media and marketing consultancy housed within WPP’s GroupM has appointed Russell Nuzzo as global head of attribution and marketing technologies.  Nuzzo shifts to the newly created role from GroupM where he was head of analytics services.  At Gain Theory he’ll work with clients such as Diageo, Target, Unilever, HomeAway, Vodafone and Aldi. Manjiry Tamhane, global CEO, Gain Theory said Nuzzo “possesses deep analytics acumen as well as the ability to clearly articulate recommendations and actions that drive business benefit. It’s this unique ability to translate numbers into actionable intelligence that is core to Gain Theory’s offering and …
  • Revolving Door: Creative Veteran Porter Fiszer Joins Rhea + Kaiser As ECD
    Naperville, Ill-based agency Rhea + Kaiser  has hired Martha Porter Fiszer as SVP, Executive Creative Director.  Porter Fiszer will oversee the agency’s creative operations and help drive business development and manage the overall agency as a member of the R+K Leadership Team. Prior to joining R+K, Porter Fiszer was creative director at Chicago-based LoSasso. She began her career as a copywriter and previously worked at agencies Leo Burnett Worldwide, Ogilvy & Mather, MARC USA among others.  
  • Revolving Door: BPG Appoints Amirsadeghi EVP Integrated Marketing And Strategy
    Los Angeles-based advertising agency bpg has appointed marketing veteran Leila Amirsadeghi as EVP, Integrated Marketing and Strategy. She is tasked with overseeing the development and implementation of bpg’s ongoing marketing, new business, and organic growth strategy. Previously Amirsadeghi was SVP, Integrated Marketing at Burbank-based agency Eclipse.Earlier she worked at agencies including Trailer Park, BLITZ and Sapient (iChameleon Group).  She’s worked with brands such as Netflix, Google, Hasbro, Showtime, Microsoft, Disney, Cisco, Mattel, Pepsi and Live Nation, among others.  
  • Revolving Door: FCB Chicago Appoints Communications Director
    FCB Chicago has appointed Jenina Nuñez Director of Communications. She reports to both FCB Chicago Chief Marketing Officer Kelly Graves and FCB Global Chief Communications Officer Brandon Cooke.  Previously Nuñez held a variety of roles at McDonald’s over a five-year period, most recently serving as the manager of U.S. Marketing – Field Communications & Alignment, where she led the development of strategic communications to the brand’s regional teams on behalf of the national office.  Earlier she worked at a number of  PR firms including Zócalo Group, Flowers Communications Group and GolinHarris.        
  • Revolving Door: iCrossing Appoints Jacob Davis Head of Audience Planning
    iCrossing has appointed Jacob Davis to the new position of head of audience planning as the digital agency continues to evolve its search marketing capabilities. Davis has experience on both the agency and client sides of the business, with stints running Hilton Hotel’s search program as well as leadership positions at Havas Media and Neo@Ogilvy managing performance teams. He’ll report to president of media services, Mike Racic.  
  • Revolving Door: The1stMovement Taps Dumo For Partnerships, Strategy Role
    Digital agency The1stMovement (T1M) has appointed agency veteran Jeffrey Dumo VP of Partnerships and Strategy.  Dumo has been managing partner and CEO at experiential design agency Array Interactive. Earlier he was VP, client relations, partnerships and strategy at Design Reactor.  He’s worked with brands such as Universal Pictures, Jack Daniels, Twentieth Century Fox, NASA, U.S. Army and Adobe.  “I have had the pleasure to work with Jeff over 15 years ago and am thrilled to have us join our team to lead our Client Services practice,” stated T1M CEO Ming Chan. “The1stMovement has always been about fostering long-term partnerships with our …
  • Revolving Door: Audic Appointed Global Head Of Marketing At Mirriad
    Rebekah Audic has been appointed global head of marketing for Mirriad, the in-video advertising company. In this newly created role, she will oversee marketing across Mirriad’s global businesses. She previously worked at video content agency LoveLive and Getty Images. Mirriad is also strengthening its global leadership team in "three critical and burgeoning markets," according to the firm. James Lerch departs Alibaba to join Mirriad as GM China. Bharat Vijay Zende jumps from Google to serve as GM India and Ana Paula Santamaria Zeizer has been named GM Brazil.
  • Revolving Door: Eleven Names New Digital, Content Head
    Eleven is appointing Dave Evans as head of digital and content production to manage the agency's executions and strategies across accounts including Oakley, SurveyMonkey, Dignity Health, Pella, and Columbus Craft Meats. Based in San Francisco, he reports to CCO Mike McKay. Prior to joining Eleven, Evans was CMO at Inboard Technology which gained some exposure after being featured on season 8 of the ABC TV series "Shark Tank." He was also partner and director of production and business development at digitally focused creative agency Hook, and was co-founder of its sister company Hook QA. Earlier in his career, he spent …
  • Revolving Door: Former Interbrand CEO Joins Prophet
    Josh Feldmeth, the former North American CEO of Omnicom Group’s Interbrand has joined consultancy Prophet as a senior partner in the firm’s New York Office.  The 20-year plus industry veteran has worked with clients such as AT&T, BMW, UPS, GE and Target on innovation and growth initiatives.  Feldmeth worked at Interbrand for fourteen years. Before serving as NA CEO he was CEO of Interbrand’s New York office, where he’s credited with driving double-digit revenue growth. Earlier, during three years at Interbrand offices in Europe, he built a regional analytics practice. Before Interbrand he worked in PriceWaterhouseCoopers’ strategy practice.   
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