Ogilvy's Nadja Bellan-White has joined Vice Media Group as global chief marketing officer. She starts at the end of October.
At the WPP unit Bellan-White most recently served as executive partner, based in London. Earlier, she was chief client officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa and CEO of Ogilvy & Mather Africa.
Bellan-White joined Ogilvy in 2007 from Publicis Modem, where she was senior VP-marketing director.
At Vice, Bellan-White will lead marketing, brand and communications teams for its brands, which include Vice News, Vice.com, Vice Studios production unit, the Vice TV cable channel, in-house ad agency Virtue, and women-focused brand Refinery29.
Vice CEO Nancy Dubuc said that Bellan-White’s “work in transforming some of the biggest brands on the planet is industry-defining and her ability to find ways to uniquely connect content, audience and commerce globally in the marketplace is unparalleled.”