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COMINGS AND GOINGS

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Alan May, 42, to senior VP-managing director, Grey Advertising's MediaCom Worldwide, San Francisco, from media director, Anderson & Lembke.

James Offenhartz, 40, and Keith Goldberg, 37, to senior VP-group creative directors, D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles, New York, from senior partners, group creative directors, J. Walter Thompson USA.

Deborah Kenny, 36, to group president-magazine publishing, Children's Television Workshop, from group publisher. She succeeds Nina Link, formerly group president-publishing and interactive software, now president-CEO, Magazine Publishers of America.

Justin Holloway to exec VP-director of account planning, Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos, Boston, a new position, from senior VP-director of account planning, Publicis & Hal Riney, San Francisco.

Sharyn Taymor to VP-business development, Petersen Enterprises, New York, a new position, from director, ESPN Enterprises.

Mary Hanley and Bryan Sweeney add the title VP to associate media director and executive producer, respectively, at DDB Worldwide, Chicago.

Alan Zorfas to partner, chief strategic officer, Earle Palmer Brown, New York, a new position, from partner, chief marketing officer.

Laraine Spector to senior VP-director of analytics and strategy, Campbell-Ewald, Warren, Mich., from president, SM Marketing Consultants, Chicago. Also: Susan Weatherhead to senior VP-director of new business from Point of Difference Ltd., Wixom, Mich., which she owned; Gail Keller Bindi to senior VP-director of strategic communications planning, from co-media director, DavisElen, Los Angeles.

Connie Gallo, 39, to advertising director, Conde Nast's Women's Sports & Fitness, New York, from eastern sales manager, Gruner & Jahr's Parents. She succeeds Robin Naylor, who left the company.

Jennifer Deans, 34, to advertising director, Time Inc.'s Health, New York, from advertising manager, Hearst Corp.'s Country Living. She succeeds Kim

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