Agency People News in Brief (November 2, 2010)
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Agency People News in Brief (November 2, 2010)

GolinHarris has promoted Nicola Moore to executive vice president and Jen Dobrzelecki to senior vice president in its consumer marketing practice, plus new people in new roles at Goodman Medica, Euro RSCG Worldwide PR.

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NEW YORK—GolinHarris has promoted Nicola Moore to executive vice president and Jen Dobrzelecki to senior vice president in its consumer marketing practice. Both Moore and Dobrzelecki are based in the agency’s New York office. Moore leads the consumer marketing practice in New York, where she provides strategic counsel to clients and teams including Playtex and Unilever. Prior to her current role, she led the agency’s relationship with McDonald’s. Since joining the agency in 2006, Dobrzelecki has led campaigns for clients such as Autotrader.com, Las Vegas Sands and Playtex. Prior to GolinHarris, she was a vice president at CKPR.

 

NEW YORK—Goodman Media International has named Martin Blair as senior account director in the firm’s healthcare practice. He previously worked for CPR Worldwide USA (Fleishman-Hillard’s healthcare boutique agency), Fleishman-Hillard, and Hill & Knowlton. Before that, he was director of public relations at two best-selling Condé Nast magazines, Glamour and Allure. The firm has also added Liz Kidder and Katherine Morrison as assistant account executives.

 

NEW YORK—Andrea Kurtz to vice president at Euro RSCG Worldwide PR. Kurtz joined Euro RSCG Worldwide PR in 2007 to support the sanofi-aventis U.S. diabetes franchise. She has been integral in creating award-winning work for the S.T.A.N.D. (Start Taking Action Now for Diabetes) social marketing program. In addition, Romey Louangvilay and Morgan Calef to senior account executive.

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