|Alexandra (Ali) Kavulich|
360PR+ promotes Alexandra (Ali) Kavulich to managing director in New York. Kavulich was previously a SVP at the agency. Prior to 360PR+, she was at Octagon, where she led campaigns and events for luxury brands, including Rolls-Royce Motor Cars North America. Kavulich also served as assistant VP public relations and marketing, for Sotheby's auction house. As managing director at 360, she will play a broader leadership role for the agency, overseeing clients, employee engagement and operations for the New York office. "Ali has consistently shown herself to be a strategic, trusted partner to 360 clients, an engaged business-builder for the agency and compassionate mentor to our staff," said 360PR+ partner and EVP Victoria Renwick.
Visit Orlando, the city’s official tourism association, ups senior director of public relations Denise Spiegel to VP of communications. Before joining Visit Orlando in 2006, Spiegel worked in the Los Angeles office of FleishmanHillard. In her new role, she will lead the communication strategy and development of organizational messaging that supports the company’s mission, vision, business objectives and values and delivers them to internal and external audiences. “Denise is the right person with the right experience to push us forward by leading the strategic direction of our communication efforts,” said Visit Orlando president and CEO Casandra Matej.
Haberman names Doug Moore chief commercial officer, a newly created role at the firm. Moore joins the agency from Bain & Company, where he served as expert partner since Bain acquired digital marketing agency FRWD in 2018. He was president and partner at FRWD for four years before that and has also served as vp, advertising and media at General Mills. Haberman has created the CCO role to reflect its momentum and ambition to further accelerate its clients' societal impact and growth. “He understands as well as anyone how to unlock bigger returns on marketing investments,” said Haberman president and partner Brian Wachtler.