Agency People News In Brief (November 9, 2015)
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Agency People News In Brief (November 9, 2015)

New people in new roles at Marathon Strategies, Peppercomm, Spectrum Science, Lane, Falcon & Wolf, Crosby.

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Agency People News In Brief (November 9, 2015)

NEW YORK—Carmen Widman, a senior-level booking producer for MSNBC, is joining Marathon Strategies as senior vice president of media relations. In her new role, Widman will provide senior counsel to Marathon’s diverse array of corporate and non-profit clients on media relations and reputation management. Widman has worked at MSNBC as a senior level booking producer for the past 15 years. She previously worked at WNBC as well as at ABC and News 12. 

NEW YORK—Peppercomm has hired former Wall Street Journal financial reporter Joe Checkler as a media and content specialist. He will provide counsel on media strategy, create content for clients, and deepen the firm’s expertise in financial services and capital markets. In his 11 years with the Wall Street Journal, Checkler broke stories during the financial crisis, and covered some of the largest bankruptcies in history.

NEW YORK—Stacey Staaterman, who led corporate integrated marketing and sales in American Express’ media unit in New York has joined brand consulting firm Falcon & Wolf as a partner to lead marketing strategy and leadership coaching practices. Staaterman held several leadership roles with the American Express Media unit, focusing on marketing campaigns leveraging integrated editorial content, data targeted media, events, American Express card and travel assets, digital and mobile media, subscription offers, and direct mail. 

WASHINGTON, DC—Spectrum Science Communications has hired Leslie Wheeler and Robert Oquendo as executive vice presidents; Denise Chappell and Susan Neath Francis as senior vice presidents; and Julie Piszczor Welch as vice president.

NEW YORK and PORTLAND, OR—Lane has hired Erik Moser as account director in its Portland office after working as a director in Golin’s Chicago headquarters. Moser has more than 10 years of public relations experience and also worked as a bankruptcy reporter for 
The Daily Deal. In addition, Meg Seibly has joined as account coordinator and Betsy Stavis as account executive in the firm’s New York office.

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Crosby Marketing Communications has added Anna Zawislanski as an executive vice president and senior strategist. 0rior to joining Crosby, she served as senior vice president and director of public health at Ogilvy Washington. Prior to that, she was an account director in the health program at the American Institutes for Research. She will strengthen Crosby’s healthcare and government practices.

 

 

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