Agency People Moves from the May 6th MM&M News Brief

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Abelson-Taylor has promoted Jodi Miller to manager of art buying and procurement from her previous role of estimation manager and art buyer. Theresa Van Opstal was promoted to senior IT support specialist from IT support specialist.

Photosound Communications has named Jeremy Williams chief executive of its U.S. division based in Princeton, N.J. He will also continue in his role as president of Photosoundis European division. Photosound also has appointed Sue Potton as president of the U.S. division. Photosound is a member of HealthSTAR Communications.

Seidler Bernstein, a marketing agency, has hired Dave Kichen as a senior copywriter. Kichen comes from SmartBargains, where he was a copywriter.Will Tsang was hired as a production artist. Kim Levine was tapped as a traffic manager. She was at Analog Devices, where she held the same title.

GSW Worldwide has named Michael McDonald as senior vice president in its consumer account services practice. Prior to GSW, McDonald was a managing director at J.Walter Thompson's.

Lanmark Group has named Danielle Nicole Malyska as an account executive. Before Lanmark Group, Malyska was a marketing associate for Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals.

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