People News from Levi's, TBWA LA, Catalyst:SF, Concept Farm, Incisive Media, Travel Ad Network

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Jaime Cohen Szulc
Jaime Cohen Szulc

Jaime Cohen Szulc has been named global CMO at Levi Strauss & Co., a new position for the apparel brand. He will report to CEO John Anderson. Szulc most recently served as worldwide COO at Eastman Kodak's Consumer Digital Group.

Dan Goldstein
has been promoted from deputy planning director to executive director of planning at TBWA\Chiat\Day Los Angeles.

Christian Arens has joined Catalyst:SF as partner, in charge of client services. He joins the year-old startup from Draftfcb West, where he was VP, digital strategy.

Mark Weintraub has been appointed director of account management at The Concept Farm. He was previously group account director at Taxi Inc., and was management supervisor at DDB before that.

Incisive Media has named Mike Grehan VP and global content director for search brands Search Engine Watch, ClickZ, and Search Engine Strategies. He was formerly global KDM officer at Acronym Media.

Cree Lawson, founder and former CEO of Travel Ad Network has been promoted to chairman of the board, and former president and chief operating officer Brian Silver has been promoted to CEO, and will retain his title as president.

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