Hamilton Place Strategies hires Rebecca Buck as a senior director. Buck was most recently an on-air political reporter and political analyst at CNN, where she covered breaking news on both the 2020 presidential election and the 2018 midterm elections. She was previously a political correspondent for the Washington Examiner and BuzzFeed's first congressional reporter. "Rebecca is an accomplished communicator and professional with an extensive network inside and outside the Beltway,” said HPS partner Stacy Kerr. “Her perspective as a journalist covering the dynamic landscape of the last ten years will be an asset to our clients and the increasingly complicated challenges they face."
Riot Games, a video game developer, publisher and esports tournament organizer, brings on Kristin Moss as global head of entertainment marketing and Maria Egan as global head of music & events. Moss joins the company from HBO Max, where she served as vice president of marketing. She has also held senior positions at Amazon and Disney. In her new post, she will oversee the marketing strategies, creative and integrated campaigns focuses on reimagining and deepening player connections across the entertainment portfolio. Egan will spearhead global music content for all gaming, television series, and film, as well as managing music strategy, relationships and label partnerships. She was most recently chief music officer at Splice.
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry promotes Justin Ordman to head of enterprise IT, U.S. Ordman has been with the agency since 2015, most recently serving as account director. Before he joined the agency, he worked at Metis Communications and Solomon McCown. In his new post, Ordman will be responsible for supporting the Lorries’ U.S. tech clients, diversifying its client base with B2B brands, and team development. He will continue to be based out of the form’s Boston office. “Having been with the Lorries for more than seven years, Justin is the perfect candidate to represent the face of our enterprise IT practice here in the U.S.,” said Meredith L. Eaton, the agency’s head of North America.