SAN FRANCISCO — Bospar has made two senior appointments, selling VP Sana Javaid to move of variety, fairness and inclusion and hiring Joseph Krasinski because the company’s first CFO. Javaid (pictured) has spent a 12 months at Bospar, after working at Kaplow, Eff Creative and Rubenstein. Krasinski was most lately PR company Antenna Group’s CFO.
SAN FRANCISCO — Hotwire has employed two new VPs — Tihanna Louise as VP of government & company communications and Kacie Thomas as VP of media technique. Louise has been working in public relations and advertising serving to start-ups, small companies, and non-profits in the Bay Area, following 15 years as a broadcast journalist. Thomas joins Hotwire after greater than 4 years with WE Communications.
NASHVILLE — Finn Partners has employed Robert J. (Bob) Martineau, veteran environmental legal professional and former commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC), to guide the company’s burgeoning surroundings, power and sustainability observe in the Southeast. Martineau will assist the company’s world sustainability & social impression observe, main a workforce of communications strategists for shoppers prioritizing sustainability all through the 11-state Southeastern area. This Nashville-based environmental observe group counsels firms forging management positions in the interrelated environmental, power, social justice and sustainability areas. He may also work with Finn’s world well being observe on public and environmental well being points.
NEW YORK—IPG Dxtra, the holding firm’s PR and advertising group, has employed Weber Shandwick’s Jean Lee Swagert as chief folks officer. Lee Swagert, who was Weber Shandwick’s North America HR chief, could have world obligations for the human useful resource operate and can drive the division’s dedication to attracting and retaining a various workforce. She can be succeeded at Weber Shandwick by regional HR chief Molly Roenna.
WASHINGTON — Kglobal has promoted Jon Hukill from account director to VP. In this position, he’ll lead consumer accounts in the federal government, army, and nonprofit sectors throughout the agency’s Washington workplace.