People on the Move
Tuesday, January 6, 2009

  • STEPHEN LEPS, currently a creative director in Zig’s Toronto office will move to the agency’s Chicago office in February.

  • Mediabrands has appointed QUENTIN GEORGE as chief digital officer. He will also continue to head Universal McCann’s digital and new media practices. George joined Universal McCann as global lead, digital media and strategic innovation in April 2007.

  • ContentNext Media named SUSAN LEITERSTEIN as head of sales to manage and continue to build the ContentNext sales team and secure new accounts. She previously served as vice president and publisher of Incisive Media’s ClickZ, SearchEngineWatch and SES Events.

  • Wiredset named GRANT JOHMANN as senior vice president of marketing. Prior to joining Wiredset, Johmann was the director of online marketing for Elektra Records.

  • COREY PANNO was promoted to president of TelmarNorth America.

  • ASHLEY REKER rejoined Empower MediaMarketing a digital strategist. She previously spent six years at Empower as a media planner and client strategist before leaving the agency in February 2008 to join Mullen in Boston, where she was a digital senior media planner.

  • Net Atlantic hired GREGG HANSON as technical support manager and MICHELE CAMPBELL as marketing manager.

  • ZAM Network named PETE AUERBACH as vice president of ad sales. In addition, KEVIN WALLACE was promoted to account manager.

  • APRIL CARTY-SIPP has been promoted to senior vice president of creative services at Comcast Sports Group.

  • RICHARD WEBER joined retail design firm GRID2 as vice president of marketing. He was formerly the director of new business development at Medallion Retail.

  • MediaMax Network hired COREY MEIZLIK as promotion and merchandising manager, joining the company from the New York Times.

  • Revenue Science hired SARA WEINSTEIN as account executive. Weinstein joins Revenue Science from W.B. Mason, where she served as an account executive.

  • BRIAN MCHALE, president of Empower MediaMarketing for the past nine years, has resigned.