On The Move – Weekly Roundup

A recap of who’s headed where in marketing communications. Brand Momentum hired STEPHANIE FOURNIER as client manager in its experiential marketing division. Fournier was most recently group account director at Community Agency in Toronto. She has also held positions at Mosaic, Influence Marketing and J. Wray and Nephew Limited in Jamaica. SARAH PRINCE has joined […]

A recap of who’s headed where in marketing communications.

Brand Momentum hired STEPHANIE FOURNIER as client manager in its experiential marketing division. Fournier was most recently group account director at Community Agency in Toronto. She has also held positions at Mosaic, Influence Marketing and J. Wray and Nephew Limited in Jamaica.

SARAH PRINCE has joined Cundari as a communications associate. She arrives from a community manager position at Blast Radius. Prior to that, Prince worked with Mosaic, Atom Agency and Canadian Tire.

Rogers Media appointed LISA MURPHY director, product strategy within its digital publishing team. In her new role, Murphy is responsible for collaborating with each brand on key digital strategies. Murphy joined the company in 2013 as director, custom content digital. Prior to joining Rogers, Murphy spent three and a half years at House and Home Media where she successfully launched its magazine app and website redesign.

BRENNAN MACDONALD and PHIL NEAL joined Nova Scotia-based agency Impact as digital creative director and senior developer, respectively. MacDonald most recently held the creative director position at Karma Gaming, while Neal held a web developer position at Verb Interactive.

ANGIE CAMARA joined the OneXOne Foundation as director, marketing & strategic partnerships from Rogers Media where she held the manager, brand marketing position for Rogers-owned City and Omni. During her career, Camara also worked as a program marketing manager for Fido.

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