Rooney Partners promotes Jay Max to director of digital and creative strategy. Max has been with the agency since 2018, most recently serving as senior digital strategist. He was previously a copywriter and marketing strategist at Newsday Media Group. At Rooney Partners, Max is charged with developing data-driven campaigns and designing strategic marketing initiatives. As part of the expansion of its digital and content strategy practice area, the agency has also brought on Daniel Schorn, who has worked at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, Barron’s and CBS MoneyWatch, as a content strategist. “Their creative acumen and proven talent in digital, content and brand strategy further strengthen our capabilities and enable us to accelerate the continued build-out of our integrated services offering,” said Rooney Partners partner and head of its digtal content and strategy practices Len Costa.
Airtasker, an Australia-based open marketplace company that provides job opportunities for service providers, named Noelle Kim global chief marketing officer. Kim joins Airtasker from Facebook, where she most recently served as head of marketing (APAC) for Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp. Before coming to Facebook, she held several senior marketing positions at Google. In her new role, she will oversee the expansion and management of Airtasker’s product and growth marketing teams, and will work with company co-founder and CEO Tim Fung to grow the Airtasker brand in the US and UK markets. “Noelle is a truly seasoned marketer and her strong commercial mindset and ability to design and execute impactful global campaigns made her a great fit for Airtasker and a valuable addition to our executive leadership team,” Fung said.
Armis, a unified asset visibility and security platform provider, appoints Jean English as chief marketing officer. English joins Armis from Palo Alto Networks, where she was CMO. She was previously the chief marketing officer of NetApp and held several global vice president roles at IBM, leading the company’s transformation to the cloud. “She has proven experience in successfully taking companies to their next level. She will be instrumental as we expand our addressable market and increase our momentum towards an IPO,” said Armis chief executive officer and co-founder Yevgeny Dibrov.