On The Move: Changes at Punch, TrojanOne and Swerve

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TrojanOne Creative Hires Sep 2015

Recently added members to TorjanOne’s new creative team

Punch Canada promoted MARELA LUCERO-LEE to vice-president. As a senior principal at the agency, she will be responsible for managing several of the agency’s largest accounts as well as helping manage its overall profitability and growth. Lucero-Lee will also be overseeing the public relations agency’s growing digital and social media practice.

TrojanOne added senior art director JEREMY BURGIN, art directors NOËL NAGUIAT and RYAN DAWSON, as well as copywriters BROOK JOHNSTON and MITCH DUESLING. Meanwhile, CARY LAUDADIO was also promoted to creative director of experience architecture.

Swerve Public Relations hired RAECHEL ROGANOWICZ as a new business development specialist. With experience at Organizational Solutions, SCM Insurance Services and Robert Half Company, Roganowicz is focused on client relationship building and developing new business.

Evans Hunt hired ANN GALBRAITH and NIKKI KENNEDY as project managers. Galbraith was previously with Shaw and the City of Calgary, while Kennedy most recently worked for Juniper Park. LUKE DEVLIN was also named  senior copywriter and JORDAN FINLAYSON as a copywriter.

Tilt named CLAIRE LAROCCA as the PR lead of its UK office. Currently a PR manager at Tilt’s Toronto office, LaRocca is responsible for the development, planning and execution of client projects and campaigns. Her main clients are Facebook, Canada Goose and La Roche-Posay. She was previously an account executive at High Road.

Delvinia president STEVE MAST added chief innovation officer to his role. Also, RAJ MANOCHA was promoted to executive vice-president. The changes come as the firm attempts to increase its focus on creating and commercializing next generation digital products and services. Mast will continue to head Delvinia’s consulting practice, and will also lead the Delvinia innovation agenda and process. As executive vice-president, Manocha will assume responsibility for the commercialization of all future businesses within the Delvinia Group of Companies.

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