Energy BBDO has promoted Andres Ordonez to its new chief creative officer. Mr. Ordonez had previously been the global lead on Wrigley, for which he oversaw memorable work such as Extra's heart-warming love story "The Story of Sarah and Juan."
The CCO role has been vacant since July 2015, when Mark Taylor left for personal reasons. At the time, the agency said it had no plans to replace him.
Mr. Ordonez has extensive multicultural experience and began his career at Ruiz Nicoli in Spain and then moved to BBDO Puerto Rico, rising from art director to general creative director. He went on to senior leadership roles at multicultural shops Zubi in Miami and The Bravo Group in Chicago.
Crispin Porter & Bogusky L.A. has promoted Robin Fitzgerald to VP, executive creative director. In her new role, Fitzgerald will lead the global creative for PayPal, for which she has recently overseen the first-ever U.K. Christmas campaign and its Super Bowl spot, as well as other accounts. Since 2010, she has served as VP/creative director leading creative for Old Navy, Vitaminwater, Applebee's, A.1. and Grey Poupon. For the latter, she worked on the Emmy-nominated spot "The Chase." She re-joined the agency in 2010, having first worked at CP&Bfrom 2002 to 2004 on clients such as Mini. In the interim, she worked at TBWA/Chiat/Day L.A., creating work for Gatorade, Visa, Energizer and Nissan.
San Francisco-based agency Camp & King has appointed Kristin Johansen as social media manager, a new position. Johansen is from New York and began her career working in analytics at WCG, where her clients included P&G and Verizon. She moved on to communications firm Fleishman Hillard, served as the lead research analyst for L'Oreal and spent time freelancing in Brooklyn and the Caribbean. Havas-backed Camp & King has also hired Michael Ng as senior copywriter. Ng most recently worked at The&Partnership (formerly CHI & Partners) on clients such as Telus, Direct Energy, WSJ and Bulleit. He has also freelanced at New York agencies including Wieden & Kennedy and Johannes Leonardo.
Brand and design consultancy Collins has hired Teemu Suviala as executive creative director. He will report to the two co-founders Brian Collins and Leland Maschmeyer and will be based out of the agency's New York office. Prior to joining Collins, Suviala served as dreative director at Wolff Olins, and prior to that he was a founding partner of the Helsinki and New York-based full-service agency, Kokoro & Moi. He has worked on branding, communication, and design for companies including General Electric, Puma, Sephora, Toyota, Uniqlo, MTV, and Vice Magazine.
DewGibbons & Partners, the London-based independent brand design consultancy, has hired former Saatchi & Saatchi creative director Paul Domenet to the new role of creative director communications. Domenet, who will work across clients in the beauty, health and luxury sectors including Davidoff, Aussie, Boots and Marks & Spencer, was most recently executive creative director at Johnny Fearless, an agency he co-founded, where he created campaigns for the Imperial War Museum and Diageo. He began his career at DDB and worked at Y&R as deputy creative director before moving to Saatchi and Saatchi in 1998; there, he led campaigns for Toyota and NSPCC and worked with the U.K. Labour government on its communications.