• Laughlin Constable Names Maxham Chief Creative Officer
    Chicago-based independent agency Laughlin Constable has hired John “Max” Maxham as its Chief Creative Officer (CCO). He succeeds Lisa Bennett who left the agency late last year.  Maxham joins LC from DDB Chicago, where he spent the past six years as Chief Creative Officer. Prior to joining DDB, he was executive creative director for Seattle-based agency Cole & Weber.  Maxham is credited with securing multiple AOR client relationships for DDB Chicago since joining in 2014, including Jeep, US Army, Kohler, Symantec, Jiffy Lube, and Miller Lite.  He will continue to be based in Chicago while splitting his …
  • Digitas Promotes Tatlow To U.S. Chief Strategy Officer
    Digitas has promoted Jonathan Tatlow to U.S. Chief Strategy Officer to lead the 85-person strategic team. In his new role, Tatlow will oversee Digitas’ strategic processes and products across all the agency’s practices, including connected campaigns, experiences, CRM and Loyalty, as well as marketing transformation.  He will continue to be based in Boston. Most recently Tatlow served as executive vice president, head of strategy, North America. He is also a member of the Digital Executive committee. Tatlow’s elevation follows several new creative and growth hires at the Publicis Groupe-owned agency, including Nathalie Huni, EVP, U.S. head of …
  • Wongdoody Hiring Spree
    West Coast agency Wongdoody, which was acquired by Indian IT giant Infosys in 2018 and added an NYC office last year, has been on a hiring spree for the last couple of months. Recent key hires include:   Adam Fischbach, a CX lead, will work on user and customer experience, with consideration of patterns and thinking, human computer interaction and user-centered design. Previously, he led user experience teams at ad agencies servicing Honda, Volkswagen, Nestlé, ESPN, Netflix, Red Bull, and Walmart.   Amber Tribble, CX lead, will design digital products and experiences across the agency’s client portfolio . Previously, she spearheaded …
  • CEO Change At Selligent
    Marketing cloud platform Selligent has appointed Karthik Kripapuri CEO, succeeding John Hernandez who will continue to advise the company during a transition period. Kripapuri will focus on scaling the business, which currently has offices across the U.S. and Europe and serves over 30 countries.    Kripapuri has been with Selligent for two years as Chief Customer Officer and earlier spent 15 years at Dimension Data, a global systems integrator and managed services provider for hybrid IT.
  • Mcgarrybowen's New U.S. Chief Strategy Officer
    Mcgarrybowen has promoted Jamie Shuttleworth to U.S. Chief Strategy Officer. Previously Shuttleworth was CSO at the agency’s Chicago office. Shawna Ross, formerly executive vice president of strategy, will succeed Shuttleworth in the Chicago CSO role. In addition to Chicago the agency has U.S. offices in New York and San Francisco.
  • WPP Appoints Dufour To Its Board
    WPP has appointed Sandrine Dufour to its Board as a non-executive director. She will serve as a member of the Audit Committee. Dufour, a French citizen, is the Chief Financial Officer of Proximus, the Belgian telecommunications company, which she joined in 2015. Earlier Dufour held a number of leadership roles at Vivendi, in France and in the US, in finance and strategy, M&A, innovation and transformation.
  • Mcgarrybowen Names New U.S. COO
    Mcgarrybowen is promoting Lucia Grillo from head of operations to U.S. Chief Operating Officer to take on responsibilities for resource and project management, finance, and processes. Grillo will report to Jon Dupuis, who was recently installed as mcgarrybowen’s first global president.  
  • Armale Upped To Global Chief Innovation Officer At WPP's Geometry
    WPP commerce agency Geometry Global has promoted Roy Armale to Global Chief Innovation Officer, a new position at the agency. In addition to overseeing the agency’s innovation practice, Armale is tasked with re-engineering the agency’s platform “Living Commerce” and scaling it globally. He will also serve as a member of the WPP CTO Council.  Previously Armale was Chief Experience Officer, EMEA at the agency. Earlier he served with Cheil Worldwide, Ogilvy & Mather and Johnson & Johnson.
  • F&B Taps Kakomanolis To Lead NY Creative Operations
    MDC Partners’ Forsman & Bodenfors has announce that 12-year advertising veteran Elias Kakomanolis will lead creative operations at its New York office.  The agency said that Kakomanolis will work closely with F&B’s creative, production, project management, account service, and finance teams.  Most recently, Kakomanolis served as the Chief Operating Officer for Publicis’ Power of One agency team for USAA. He has also worked with brands like Rolex, JetBlue, Smirnoff, Mondelez, Vonage, Crocs and Samsung and others.   Earlier he was director of creative operations at McKinney, and before that was operations manager at JWT.  
  • Burnett Hires MillerCoors Strategist
    Leo Burnett Chicago has named Kaylin Goldstein executive vice president, strategy director for the MillerCoors account. She spent more than 12 years at Crispin Porter Bogusky working with clients American Express and Kraft Mac & Cheese.  
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