Dulari Amin, now senior project manager at Renegade Marketing Group, helped bring in India's largest retail bank as a new client. The 25-year-old Ms. Amin came to the U.S. eight years ago from India, and for ICICI Bank, Renegade will target first- and second-generation Asian Indians in the U.S.
Shameka Brown Barbosa, VP-senior copywriter at Foote Cone & Belding Worldwide, New York, presented two spots in the winning pitch for the $200 million KFC account. In May, the 28-year-old was among 12 participants in the Clios' first Young Creative Portfolio Workshop in Miami.
Todd Carpenter, now 27, was promoted last October from copy supervisor to group copy supervisor at Grey Healthcare Group. Two imminent global campaigns in which he's been involved support osteoporosis drug Actonel and a new contact lens from CibaVision.
Karen Cunningham in May left the job of management supervisor at Kaplan Thaler Group, New York, for the same title at TBWA/Chiat/Day, Playa del Rey, Calif. At Kaplan Thaler, the 30-year-old helped craft a placement deal for the Aflac duck in the upcoming Jim Carrey movie inspired by Lemony Snicket.
Brian Feit in January left E-Magine Entertainment and formed BMF Media. The BMF president, now 26, says his company specializes in "out-of-the-box strategic marketing" that includes linking consumer brands with emerging recording artists.
Jamie Friedman switched jobs this summer from sales development manager at Town & Country to entertainment director at Vanity Fair. She'll also handle automotive in the Southeast region. With this new job, "I will have called on every single category," says Ms. Friedman, now 28.
Jennifer Miller left Young & Rubicam's Brand Buzz in April to take the same title, associate creative director, at Digitas, New York. Ms. Miller, now 28, is overseeing a new credit card that American Express Co. will launch in October.
Blake Mycoskie was chairman of Reality Central when he was profiled last year, and now the 27-year-old is chief operating officer of RTV Media, which will debut the all-reality TV cable channel in January. Mr. Mycoskie, in what he calls a "major coup," recruited cable veteran Kay Koplovitz to take the chairman's title.
Stacy Thomas, as a strategic planner at the Martin Agency, spent much of the year helping the Richmond, Va., shop snare the $30 million Quizno's account. "From what I understand, planning was a big focus of theirs," says Ms. Thomas, now 28.