Agency People News In Brief (July 27, 2015)
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Agency People News In Brief (July 27, 2015)

New people in new roles at Marina Maher, Penn Schoen Berland, Max Borges, WordBridge,

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Agency People News In Brief (July 27, 2015)

NEW YORK—Matthew Anderson has joined Marina Maher Communications as executive vice president, chief marketing officer, responsible for driving agency growth and overseeing all aspects of marketing and business development.  He was most recently at design agency Code & Theory as partner, global chief marketing officer, and has held key executive positions at Publicis, The Kaplan Thaler Group and Deutsch. In addition, Edwin Endlich joins MMC as senior vice president, digital consumer, from Taylor, and Matt Duralek joins as vice president, talent acquisition, from Rosetta.

NEW YORK—Research specialist and Burson-Marsteller sister agency Penn Schoen Berland has named Curtis Freet and Jon Penn chief executives of the firm’s global corporate and political business and its global media and entertainment business respectively. Freet and Penn succeed Jay Leveton, who had been CEO since 2012. Both have been with the firm for at least a decade

SAN FRANCISCO—Max Borges Agency has appointed Shane Jordan vice president of digital reporting to executive vice president Michael Young and Max Borges, founder and CEO. Jordan will lead client digital strategy, expanding the agency's social offering and developing new business. Prior to joining Max Borges, Jordan served as vice president of digital at H3O Communications and developed digital strategies for clients including MacAfee, Flexara, California Public Utilities Commission, EA Games, ZTE, and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

WASHINGTON, DC—Rami Sharaf, CEO of WorldBridge International Group and member of the board of governors for AmCham Cambodia, joined APCO Worldwide’s international advisory council and will counsel APCO's clients on international trade and development; attracting foreign direct investment; market entry and more. As CEO of WorldBridge International Group, Sharaf oversees some of Cambodia’s largest development projects.

 

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