Agency People News in Brief (July 12, 2010)
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Agency People News in Brief (July 12, 2010)

Dan Zukowski, has joined the Los Angeles office of GolinHarris as senior vice president, plus new people in new roles at Coyne Public Relations and Warschawski.

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LOS ANGELES—Dan Zukowski, has joined the Los Angeles office of GolinHarris as senior vice president, leading the office’s corporate communications practice and the agency’s domestic work for ExxonMobil’s Torrance refinery, the Sands Eco 360 sustainability program and new client NADAguides.com. He reports to Judy Johnson, managing director of the agency’s Western region. Prior to joining GolinHarris, Zukowski served as an editor at Ward’s Auto World; was a published freelance journalist; co-owner of Frame Productions, Inc.; and vice president at Rogers & Associates, working with an array of automotive and corporate clients including Honda, Time Warner and Hyundai.

 

PARSIPPANY, NJ—Digital media veteran Tracy Shea has joined the digital practice at Coyne Public Relations as senior vice president of digital media. In his new role at Coyne, Shea will be providing strategy, developing and executing digital and social media programs. Shea joins Coyne Public Relations from Edelman Public Relations, where most recently he held the post of senior vice president, U.S creative, where he oversaw strategy and execution for traditional and alternative content and communication.

 

CHICAGO—GolinHarris has appointed Kimberly Bernhardt as senior vice president in the Chicago consumer marketing practice. Bernhardt will oversee the day-to-day operations of several consumer brands including Walmart. Prior to joining GolinHarris, Bernhardt served as senior vice president of Manning Selvage & Lee Chicago’s consumer lifestyle practice, directing national campaigns for Reynolds Consumer Products, Choice Hotels, WASA and Rebuilding Together. In addition, she has worked for Bragman, Nyman & Cafarelli in New York.

 

bALTIMORE—Susan Goodell, who has been with Warschawski since 2007, has been promoted to vice president.  She previously served as senior director. In her new role, Susan will continue to provide strategic guidance on agency accounts, as well as take on an increased leadership role within the agency. In her time at the firm she has worked with clients including the GORE-TEX brand, Innovation Norway, Verizon Wireless, The Athlete’s Foot and MaggieMoo’s.

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