Infinite Global has named Amy Fathers, a vice president, based in New York. Fathers comes to the agency from Prosek Partners, where she served as senior vice president for more than 10 years. At Prosek, she was instrumental in building the agency’s professional services practice, and worked in areas including business education, executive recruiting, consulting, financial services and legal. “Amy's deep-rooted experience leading strategic communications programs for top corporate clients makes her a natural addition to grow our professional services business and accomplish our strategic goal of expanding into the financial services industry,” said Infinite Global CEO Jamie Diaferia.
Lambert & Co. has brought on Lisa Lark as director in its automotive and mobility practice, with Katelyn Davis joining the practice as senior manager. Both will be based in the firm’s Detroit office. Lark joins Lambert from automotive supplier Varroc Lighting Systems, where she was corporate communications manager. She has also served as a group manager at Weber Shandwick and a senior communications advisor to the Detroit Public Schools Community District. Davis was previously director of MICHauto, a key economic development initiative of the Detroit Regional Chamber. She has also held corporate affairs and communications positions with Yazaki North America, and worked onsite at Ford Motor Company as part of a communications team from GTB.
|K. Kim Atterbury|
The Recording Industry Association of America has named K. Kim Atterbury senior vice president of media relations. Atterbury comes to RIAA from the Service Employees International Union, where she was managing director, national communications. She was previously senior director of communications and external affairs at the National Urban League and served as communications director to Rep. G. K. Butterfield (D-NC) during his tenure as vice-chair and chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. In her new post, Atterbury will lead RIAA’s media relations and messaging strategy.