Evoke KYNE promotes Jennifer Gallo to EVP, client engagement and business development. Gallo has been with Evoke KYNE since 2018, previously serving as a SVP. Before that she was SVP at Tonic Life Communications and she also worked at Dorland Global Public Relations. Gallo will now be a member of Evoke KYNE’s senior Management Team and serve as global relationship manager for one of the firm’s largest client engagements. She will also continue to drive both organic and new business development efforts across the agency. “Jenny is a purposeful and trusted client partner and team leader who fosters a culture of inclusion and creativity among her teams and the entire organization,” said Evoke KYNE managing director, Philadelphia, Stephanie DeViteri.
360PR+ hires Bethany Mousseau as vice president. Mousseau joins the firm from Momentum Media, where she was PR director, overseeing public relations, influencer marketing and affiliate programs for such brands as Teva, Stanley, Superfeet, ECCO, Mustang Survival and Sea to Summit. She has also worked at Stanwood & Partners and Weber Shandwick. Nadine Gaynor has also joined the firm from RVD Communications as account director and Ryan Hathaway comes on as influencer marketing manager.
H Code appoints Keanna Sheu as VP of client services. She most recently served as senior director of account management at Leaf Group. Previously, she was senior manager of the strategy and partnerships team at Participant Media. In her new role, Sheu will work to streamline the agency’s internal efficiencies and match client goals with detailed action plans. She will also be responsible for servicing and expanding client portfolios, strengthening H Code’s business development goals and expanding its offerings in the US and Mexico markets. “Keanna has an impressive background of exceeding client expectations while managing team members to drive productivity and,” said H Code chief operating officer Jennifer White.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation names Franziska Weber SVP and head of global communications. Weber joined Hyatt in 2017 to lead internal communications and took on interim leadership of Hyatt’s global communications function in July 2021. Prior to joining Hyatt, she worked for Weber Shandwick and Gagen MacDonald, advising clients on internal and external communications, business transformation and culture change efforts. In her new role, Weber will lead integrated communication initiatives supporting Hyatt’s strategic growth vision, its role as a leader in the luxury all-inclusive space as well as the company's commitments to diversity, equity and inclusion and holistic wellbeing. “From day one, Franziska has infused care, empathy and her global perspective to elevate communications at Hyatt, and we are expertly positioned under her leadership,” said Hyatt chief commercial officer Mark Vondrasek.