Comings and Goings

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Lee Garfinkel, 44, adds the title CEO to his positions as chairman and chief creative officer of Lowe Lintas & Partners U.S., New York. Also, Gary Goldsmith, 44, adds the titles chairman and chief creative officer, from vice chairman-executive creative director. The CEO post had been vacant.

William E. Hooper to chairman, Trahan, Burden & Charles, Baltimore, from a consultant. He succeeds Robert Matz, who left.

James C. Magill Jr., 51, to president, a new position at Corsi, San Francisco, from exec VP, Zuckerman Fernandes.

Dana Anderson, 45, to managing director, FCB Worldwide, Chicago, a new position, from director of account planning.

Cindy Sikorski, 41, to exec VP-creative director, a new position at Campbell-Ewald, Warren, Mich., from senior VP.

John Papanek, 48, adds the title senior VP to that of editor in chief, ESPN the Magazine, New York.

Nancy L. Harris to senior VP-marketing at Internet access and transaction company, Los Angeles, from VP-worldwide marketing, Columbia Motion Picture Group.

Derek Correia to VP-product marketing U.S., Burger King Corp., Miami, from director of product marketing.

Ellen Asmodeo-Giglio, 38, to VP-publisher, Travel & Leisure, New York, from VP-sales and marketing. She succeeds Ed Kelly, now president-CEO of parent American Express Publishing Corp.

Paul A. Sisia to VP-marketing director, Emap USA's Motor Trend, New York, from director-eastern advertising sales at Primedia's Automobile Magazine. Also at Emap USA: David Forier to director-research and advertising planning, from senior research manager. He succeeds Kathi Love, now president-chief operating officer, MRI (see story above).

Glen Markham, 45, to director of planning and research on non-car accounts, J. Walter Thompson USA, Detroit, from most recently worldwide category planner on Unilever Culinary Products, Ammirati Puris Lintas, Milan. He succeeds Dennis Bulgarelli, who left.

Stacey Black, 33, to account supervisor, Jordan Associates, Oklahoma City, from ad manager, Fleming Cos. She succeeds Shannon Smith, who left.

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