Curley Company, which is based in DC, has hired Tina Anthony as vice president, digital. Anthony comes to Curley from the Consumer Technology Association, where she most recently served as director of digital strategy. While at CTA, Anthony built the social media strategy for CES, the organization’s annual trade show. She was previously a senior account executive in Ketchum’s D.C. office and served as regional digital marketing manager for Forbes. At Curley, Anthony oversees digital strategy for a number of clients, working with them to establish, grow and advance their reputation, brand and causes through digital storytelling, advocacy, advertising and community engagement.
TeamSupport, a business-to-business focused customer support software solution, has appointed Connie Glover as vice president of marketing and communications. Glover joins TeamSupport from CMarie Marketing Studio, a marketing and PR firm serving Charlottesville, VA; Dallas and southern California. She has worked with clients in such market sectors as higher education, interior building products and technology. TeamSupport CMO Melissa Hendrick said that Glover’s “experience in developing sophisticated communication strategies for B2B companies in a variety of industries will give us the insights we need to accelerate our growth.”
I-Mab, a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company, has appointed Gigi Feng as vice president, global head of corporate communications, effective April 20. Feng was previously Asia Pacific regional head of corporate affairs at Amgen, where she led communications efforts including, executive communications, media relations, employee engagement and philanthropy. Before joining Amgen, she held a series of communications leadership roles at Sanofi, and also led the strategic communications group at APCO Worldwide in Shanghai. Reporting to I-Mab’s board of directors, Feng will oversee all communications across the company.