On The Move
March 14, 2013 | Jeromy Lloyd | Comments
Corner-office changes at Taxi Canada. Bérard, Cameron and Walker made SVPs at Hill+Knowlton
A recap of who’s headed where in Canadian marketing and communications.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies has three new senior vice-presidents: LISA WALKER, formerly general manager of the firm’s Alberta’s offices; SELENA CAMERON, formerly national corporate development and marketing lead, and FREDERIC BERARD, formerly general manager of the Montréal office.
JEREMY GAYTON has moved out of Taxi Canada‘s president’s office and has been named chief development officer for the agency’s North American operations. NANCY BEATTIE, formerly general manager of the Toronto office or “Taxi 1″ steps in as Taxi Canada president.
ROSIE GENTILE, formerly of BIMM, has joined Proximity Canada as vice-president of integrated strategy and insights. Her client work has included Telus, Audi and Loblaws, and she is currently co-chair of the CMA’s Direct Marking Conference.
MARC HAMELIN has been promoted to vice-president, managing director at Vizeum Montreal. Hamelin has worked with the media agency’s parent company Aegis Media Canada since 1996 and has been at the helm of Vizeum Montreal as managing director since 2006.
PAUL KRAEMER has been appointed director, strategic planning at DAC Group, and is set to oversee strategic planning for the company’s North American clients.
Proper Television, which produces factual entertainment, reality, documentary and docu-drama television products, has named ALLISON GRACE as executive producer, a role she’ll step into on March 25. She’s set to manage Proper’s production schedule of new and existing shows.
RioCan Management has a new vice-president of corporate marketing: LYLE GOODIS, who is set to join the Toronto office. Goodis arrives from Resonate Search Group where he was senior search consultant.
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