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Chad Stoller
Chad Stoller

Chad Stoller has left Organic, where he was executive director, emerging platforms, and will join BBDO as EVP, director of digital strategy BBDO North America.

Kerri Martin has been named CMO of electric car and battery company Coda Automotive. She was previously Director of brand innovation and marketing communications at Volkswagen of America.

Mcgarrybowen has appointed Sean Girardin group planning director of its Chicago office. He was previously VP, planning director at Leo Burnett Chicago.

Fathom Communications has named Brittany Hodak account supervisor for its Entertainment Marketing division. She spent the past three years at RED, Sony Music Entertainment's independent marketing and distribution branch, where she had been partnership marketing director.

Wayne Kinch has been named sales leader of American Student List, part of Euro RSCG Discovery. He was most recently business development leader at Experian.

Craig Daitch has joined Rapp in the newly created role of VP, director of social media. Robert Grammatica has been promoted at Rapp from healthcare practice leader for RAPP North America to worldwide leader. Formerly the global lead strategist for IBM business and IT services at Ogilvy, Ludo Gougat has joined Rapp as VP VP, group planning director/solution lead. 

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