On The Move – Weekly Roundup

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

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Facebook Canada expanded its national team with five new hires in Toronto and Montreal. ERIN ELOFSON joined the social media network as client partner, while AMAL GAYED, NIK DJUKIC, IAN LOPEZ and NIMALAN BALA joined as client solutions managers.

JAMES WHITE joined Halifax-based agency Impact as a special projects designer. Throughout his career as a graphic artist, White has worked with such brands as Adobe, Toyota, Universal Music, Nike, MTV and Google.

Olson welcomed three members to its Toronto office.  MIKE GREGORIS and TERESA HARRIS were made account coordinators and TREVOR TWELLS joined the technology team as a front end developer.

Delvinia hired CHARLES GOERTZ as the new head of design for the firm’s digital consulting group. Goertz was most recently a digital strategist for TD Insurance and digital customer experience manager at TD Bank Group. At one time, Goertz owned his own agency, designing consumer products for companies including GE, RIM, IBM, Sanyo and CBS Outdoor.

JENNIFER BOMBARDIER joined Citi Canada as communications lead after two years overseeing international public relations for LoyaltyOne. Bombardier has also held roles with Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Thomson Reuters and LexisNexis.

DAC Group appointed PATRICIA WHITNEY to VP, media. Whitney joined the advertising agency in 2012 as director of paid search. Prior to that she held the director, digital media role at Klick Inc.

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On The Move – Weekly Roundup

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