|Jenny Pilewski, Brooke Goodwin-Fullerton
French/West/Vaughan promotes Jenny Pilewski to executive vice president and Brooke Goodwin-Fullerton to senior vice president at CGPR, the agency’s Greater Boston office. Pilewski has been with FWV since 2004, most recently serving as senior vice president. She leads integrated marketing strategies across the agency for clients in the apparel, footwear and retail sectors, as well as overseeing campaigns for municipalities and governments, real estate developers, non-profits, and B2B and technology clients. Goodwin-Fullerton was previously a vice president at CGPR. She has also served as head of strategic partnerships and experiential marketing at the National Diamond Council and director of public relations at Garnier, a brand that is part of L’Oréal.
BML Public Relations + Digital hires Joan Bosisio as vice president. Bosisio joins BML from JOLT Communications, where she was vice president of client services. She was previously a senior vice president at Stern Strategy Group, where she worked for 22 years. At BML, Bosisio will drive operational efficiencies, reinforce strategic programming practices and support business development. “I’ve come to know Joan as a strategic business catalyst, client advisor and effective team builder,” said BML founder, president and CEO Brian M. Lowe.
Mitsubishi Motors North America promotes Kimberly Ito to director of marketing. She was most recently senior manager, marketing communications. Before coming to Mitsubishi in 2016, Ito served as integrated marketing manager at Qantas and digital marketing manager at Tourism Australia. In her new post, she will oversee all marketing communications activities for MMNA in the United States, including print and digital advertising, creative development and deployment, strategic short- and long-range planning and integration of global marketing messages for the brand’s US market.
Fiona Hutton & Associates, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, promotes Dagny Ellenberg, Kendall Klingler and Rebecca Nicholas to partner. Ellenberg and Nicholas were previously vice presidents and Klingler was a senior vice president. The newly appointed partners will help lead the firm’s strategic vision and scale the company to drive growth. FHA president and founder Fiona Hutton described all three as “exceptional practitioners, brilliant strategists and fiercely loyal."