Accounts and People of Note in the Advertising Industry

Leila Amirsadeghi joined Trailer Park, Hollywood, Calif., in a new post, vice president for client engagement. She had most recently run her own creative consulting practice, Mesh, and before that was senior director for business development at Blitz, Santa Monica, Calif.

Charlie Anderson joined Project WorldWide in a new post, senior vice president for shopper marketing, based in Fayetteville, Ark. He had been chief executive for North America at Saatchi & Saatchi X, part of the Saatchi & Saatchi division of the Publicis Groupe, also based in Fayetteville.

Robert Boucher joined David & Goliath, El Segundo, Calif., in a new post, director for digital delivery and technology. He had been director for creative technology at BLT Communications, Los Angeles.

Ned Brown and Krista Lang joined 22squared, Atlanta. Mr. Brown becomes senior vice president and creative director, succeeding Tom McMahon, who left the agency to start Atomc Woodworks; Mr. Brown had been a creative director at Apple. Ms. Lang becomes senior vice president and executive media director, succeeding Lisa Duncan, who resigned, the agency said; Ms. Lang had been media director at the Seattle office of Razorfish, part of the Publicis Groupe.

Brent Choi joined JWT Canada, Toronto, part of the JWT unit of WPP, in a new post, chief creative and integration officer. With his arrival, Martin Shewchuk, executive creative director, becomes creative chairman at JWT Canada. Mr. Choi had been chief creative officer at Cundari, Toronto.

David Fisher joined the New York office of Arnold Worldwide, part of the Havas Creative unit of Havas, in a new post, director for integrated production. He had most recently been executive producer and production director at TBWA/Chiat/Day, New York, part of the TBWA Worldwide unit of the Omnicom Group.

Leo P. Francis joined McCann Complete Medical, New York, in a new post, executive vice president at McCann Complete Medical U.S. He had been president at the Publicis Medical Education Group division of the Publicis Groupe. McCann Complete Medical is part of the McCann Health division of the McCann Worldgroup, which is owned by the Interpublic Group of Companies.

Jonathan Gardner joined the New York office of Turn in a new post, director for communications, overseeing those duties on a worldwide basis. He had been global director for communications at Vibrant Media, New York.

Ron Gillyard joined Quantasy, Los Angeles, in a new post, chief growth officer. He had been running a consulting business, working with music and technology companies, and before that was an executive at companies like Bad Boy Entertainment and Interscope Records.

Amy Gunzenhauser joined Bpg Advertising, Los Angeles, in a new post, senior director for social media and strategy. She had been director for social media and strategy at the Los Angeles office of Way to Blue.

Christopher S. Holben, vice president and director for public relations at Runyon Saltzman & Einhorn, Sacramento, was named president and director for public relations. He assumes the president’s post from Estelle G. Saltzman, who becomes chairwoman.

David Jones joined the Toronto office of Critical Mass, part of the Omnicom Group, as vice president for its social practice, leading social operations globally. He succeeds Heidi Skinner, who is now e-marketing manager at the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Milwaukee. Mr. Jones had been vice president for strategy at Blast Radius, Toronto.

Anna Magzanyan joined The Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles, in a new post, vice president for marketing. She had most recently been senior vice president for strategic partnerships at Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, part of Clear Channel Communications. The Hollywood Reporter is owned by Guggenheim Digital Media, formerly known as Prometheus Global Media; Guggenheim is owned by Guggenheim Partners.

Bill Masterson joined SocialCode, New York, in a new post, chief revenue officer. He had been a sales director at the New York office of Facebook.

By THE NEW YORK TIMES
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