Facebook parent Meta promotes David Ginsberg to vice president, head of global communications and public affairs, reporting to Nick Clegg who will now serve as Meta’s president of public affairs. The moves come as Meta reorganizes its communications and public affairs team. Ginsberg was previously vice president of product, choice and competition at the company. Before joining Facebook in 2017, he was chief strategy officer at Intel. While at Intel, he took time off to lead debate prep efforts for then-vice president Biden during the 2012 campaign. As another part of the reorganization, Tucker Bounds, currently a vice president of communications at the company, will lead the company’s global public affairs team.
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Sparks & honey, Omnicom’s cultural intelligence consultancy, promotes Kristin Molinari Cohen to chief marketing officer. Cohen has been with the agency since 2017, most recently serving as senior vice president, marketing and business development. She was integral in the launch of such new practice areas as the consultancy’s diversity, equity and inclusion practice, which started up last year. Earlier in her career, Cohen was publisher of food and travel magazine Saveur, in addition to working at Condé Nast and Travel + Leisure. In her new position, she will oversee all marketing initiatives including the development of public-facing intellectual property. “Kristin will continue to be an essential part of sparks & honey’s growth, helping brands understand the business impact that always-on cultural intelligence can bring to their business,” said sparks & honey founder and CEO Terry Young.
Investment advisory firm RMB Capital names Amber Hickory chief marketing officer. Hickory was previously executive director of marketing and communications for the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder. She also served as president of Unself, a technology platform connecting nonprofit organizations and volunteers and 12 years as president of Greenhouse Partners, a brand strategy and marketing firm that has worked with RMB since the firm’s 2005 inception. “Amber’s combination of deep marketing and brand knowledge and extensive executive leadership experience make her the ideal fit to serve as our CMO,” said RMB founding partner, CEO and co-chief investment officer Dick Burridge.
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