Another week, another wave of senior appointments and departures at brands, agencies and media owners. Check out our global round-up of who is moving where (and why it matters) below, then head over to our People on the Move hub to see who else has been moving up the career ladder.
Over the past seven days we’ve seen changes at Facebook, Angi and 180 Amsterdam.
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Facebook has tapped Annette Male to lead its agency development team in Asia Pacific from Wunderman Thompson, where she is chief executive officer. In her new role, Male will oversee Facebook’s agency relationships in the region to help it drive growth for its clients and connect brands with people in a relevant and personalized way.
Meanwhile, Mark D’Arcy, chief creative officer and vice-president of global business marketing at Facebook, has left his role after 10 years with the company. Michelle Klein will take up his recent role in an interim capacity.
Angi, the leading and comprehensive solution for all home needs, has hired Dhanusha Sivajee as chief marketing officer. Sivajee comes from The Knot Worldwide, where she also served as chief marketing officer, and before that was chief marketer of AOL Brand Group.
Mediabrands, the media and marketing solutions division of Interpublic Group, has announced the appointment of a newly-created role; head of diversity, equity and inclusion for the Mediabrands network across the Asia-Pacific region. Global inclusion and diversity specialist Dharesheni Nedumaran will join the Mediabrands APAC network to lead the development of a long-term strategy and roadmap that will help to increase representation, create a culture of belonging and contribution, and promote equity and fairness.
180 Amsterdam is strengthening its creative leadership team with the appointment of two new executive creative directors, a creative director team, a data-focused strategy director and the promotion of one of its own creative directors to executive creative director level. Creative partners Katrina Encanto and EJ Galang have joined as executive creative directors after spending seven years as a creative team at MullenLowe London leading global clients such as Sloggi, Nutella and several Unilever brands, while working on others such as Dulux and charities the pair believe in.
Pitch Marketing Group has appointed Rebecca Martin as deputy managing director. This is a new role within the agency and marks the latest development in a series of new hires and client wins this year. Martin, who joins Pitch from O2, will form a new leadership team for the independent, integrated agency, working alongside Pitch’s managing director Chris Allen.
MyRepublic today announced the appointment of a new senior executive to strengthen its growing core leadership team as it gears up for the next chapter of growth as a digital telco. Deborah Woollard will assume the role of chief people officer (CPO). As CPO, she will spearhead the development and implementation of MyRepublic’s people and culture strategy across the group to support its thriving business and ambitious expansion plans.
Market research and insight consultancy One Minute to Midnight is expanding its global reach with new hires in both its US and UK hubs. Amalia Webber joins the New York office while Emily Hoong joins the London team, both as research managers. These new hires will help the consultancy to build on its success and grow its impressive client base, which includes global players such as TikTok, Unilever and Sony Music.
Lively, the independent global brand experience agency, is boosting its creative service team with the appointment of Lottie Dennis as senior creative producer, dedicated to creative development for clients across brand experiences and live marketing.