|Bob Weiler, Amy Grogg|
Real Chemistry adds tech executive Bob Weiler and market access pro Amy Grogg to its board of directors. Weiler most recently served as executive vice president, global business units at Oracle, and has led such organizations as Phase Forward, Giga Information Group and Eastman Software (formerly Wang Software). Grogg most recently served as senior vice president, strategy and commercialization, at AmerisourceBergen, where she held operational responsibility for many companies within its network, including Xcenda, Lash Group and Innomar Strategies.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting names Brendan Daly vice president of communications. Daly most recently served as chief communications officer for the Recording Industry Association of America. From 2002 to 2011, he was chief spokesman for Nancy Pelosi, working with her through her first two terms as Speaker of the House. He has also been an executive vice president at Ogilvy Public Relations. At CPB, he is responsible for the development and implementation of the organization’s communications and messaging strategy. "His skill set and experience will be valuable assets as we look to increase communication across the public media system and with the American people," said CPB chief operating officer Michael Levy.
IDG Communications, a tech media, data and marketing services company, appoints Brian Stoller as chief marketing officer. Stoller comes to the company from the CMO spot at Mobiquity Technologies. He has also served at executive director of performance marketing at IBM was a managing partner at Mindshare. At IDG, Stoller will lead the company’s global data-driven marketing efforts. “Brian’s passion and mastery for elevating marketing through data and technology melds perfectly with IDG’s goal of connecting tech buyers and sellers at the right time and the right place,” said IDG chief revenue officer Matt Yorke.