On The Move

November 20, 2012  |  Kristin Laird  |  Comments

Energi PR appoints an account director. DraftFCB gets a planning director.

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

Olive Media added three new members to its team and promoted seven. JENNIFER FIELDS joined as national sales manager from TC Media where she was director of business development. STEPHANIE BOUCAHRD (ad operations team lead in Montreal), JORDAN BROOKS (platform specialist) MEEKA KAPADIA (business analyst) and MEGAN METZAK (national account manager) also joined the company. Meanwhile, JEREMY FREEDMAN was promoted to team lead of brand response ad operations, SHAB BAHARYEH was promoted to publisher services team lead, LILY BERGERON was promoted to site manager, BRYAN CALVERLEY was promoted to elite ad operations specialist, CHANTEL PALMER was promoted to product operations specialist, AMY MANSON was promoted to mobile integrated campaign specialist and KYLE WHITE was promoted to brand response ad operations specialist.

Energi PR appointed JULIE BOURBONNIÉRE as group account director. She will be based in the agency’s Montréal office and will be responsible for developing and leading Quebec strategy for both consumer and healthcare practices. Prior to joining Energi PR, Bourbonnière held positions at Rolls-Royce Canada, Cavalia and Canada Post.

HEATHER SEGAL joined DraftFCB as a planning director. Prior to joining the agency she was senior strategist at Human Branding. She has also held senior level positions at JWT and MacLaren McCann.

Shaw Media’s communications and publicity department promoted DERVLA KELLY to head of corporate communications and network publicity, appointed CHRIS MCDOWALL to director of corporate communications and hired JUDY LUNG as senior publicist for Global and KATIA HOUDE as publicist for Global.

BRAD LAVIGNE will join Hill+Knowlton Strategies’ Ottawa office as vice-president, public affairs, effective Jan. 2. Lavigne served as principal secretary to the Leader of the Official Opposition, both under Jack Layton and Nycole Turmel, following the 2011 federal election. He also served as national director for the NDP.

Bell Media appointed ADAM ASHTON to the new position of senior vice-president, business operations. Ashton has been with the company for more than 15 years, most recently as president, Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium. He also served as vice-president, marketing for the Consortium. Prior to this he was with TSN for more than 10 years.

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