On The Move – Weekly Roundup

A recap of who’s headed where in marketing communications. Rain 43 named CHER CAMPBELL its new creative director. Campbell began her career at Harrod and Mirlin, and has more than 15 years experience in advertising, most recently in a freelance capacity after serving as vice-president and executive creative director at NolinBBDO and Proximity Montreal. She […]

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

Rain 43 named CHER CAMPBELL its new creative director. Campbell began her career at Harrod and Mirlin, and has more than 15 years experience in advertising, most recently in a freelance capacity after serving as vice-president and executive creative director at NolinBBDO and Proximity Montreal. She has produced work for Mercedes Benz, Heineken, Coca Cola, Pepsi, Levi’s and Nestle.

RICK SANDERSON joined MacLaren McCann as senior vice-president and director of media innovation. Sanderson most recently served as marketing director at Global Relay. He has also held senior level positions at agencies such as OMD Canada and TBWA\Vancouver.

SapientNitro appointed MICHAEL HOWATSON its new executive creative director, a new position at the Toronto agency. Howatson recently served as executive director of platforms – west at Blast Radius in Vancouver. He was also creative director/co-owner of H2collectives.

Taxi Calgary welcomed BRIAN ALLEN and KARA-JOY PEARSON to its team. Allen joined the agency as a senior art director from Trigger Communications, where he held the same title and developed work for clients such as Kal Tire, Calgary Zoo and BrokerLink Insurance. Pearson joined as an account manager from Strut Creative. She has also held positions at Publicis in the U.K. and Ogilvy & Mather in Australia.

Hill+Knowlton Strategies added two members to its Toronto office. ALISSA VON BARGEN joined as a senior consultant, while MARY-ANNE CEDRONE returned to the firm, this time as an associate, after freelancing for a year.

PAUL DECAMPO joined Southbrook Vineyards as director of marketing and sales. DeCampo recently managed business development within the Food Innovation and Research Studio at George Brown College, where he continues to serve as a part-time professor in the Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts.

Adding new members to your team? Starting a new job? Let us know. Send your submissions to our online team.

Advertising Articles

Kids Help Phone reaches out with fundraising campaign

Charity's first mass campaign since 2012 targets female donors

Rob Myers to lead Ipsos in Canada

Gary Bennewies bound for Paris, global chief talent officer role

Minions have overrun General Mills Canada

Expect to see Universal's little, yellow, adorable monsters on everything

BNotions acquired for $3.8 million

The firm will continue to operate under the BNotions name

Sour lemons are a sweet thing for Plan Canada

A new summer social challenge to raise money for 'Because I Am A Girl'

Cannes 2015: Michael Joffe on the Branded Content Lions

A Cannes jurist and 30 Under 30 alum on the future of branded content in Canada

Cannes 2015: Leo Burnett wins Canada’s first Titanium Lion

Leo Burnett and Grey's winning ways reach final day

Cannes 2015: Five trophies in prestigious Film contest

FCB, Leo Burnett, Grey, BBDO and LG2 on the podium

Cannes 2015: Four Branded Content Lions for Canada

But the competition again goes without a Grand Prix