Blaise D'Sylvia, 33, to senior VP, Starcom Worldwide, Chicago, from a media director.
Carl Teitelman and Mike Drazen to co-general managers, EPB Communications, Philadelphia. Mr. Teitelman retains responsibilities for new business; Mr. Drazen remains chief creative officer.
Stephen Odell to VP-sales and marketing, Mazda North American Operations, Irvine, Calif., from the same title at Jaguar Cars North America. Both companies are units of Ford Motor Co. The position at Mazda had been vacant.
Eric Aldrich to VP, BBDO Worldwide, Southfield, Mich. He continues as account supervisor on Dodge's Neon and its motor sports program. Also: Lorrie Kepsel and William Waldman Jr. to VPs on the Dodge account. Ms. Kepsel, formerly an account exec, keeps day-to-day management and strategy responsibility for large Dodge cars. Mr. Waldman, previously an account supervisor, still manages the Dodge Dakota sport-utility vehicle account.
Amy Engstrom adds the title VP, DDB Worldwide, Chicago, a new post, to that of management rep.
Craig Lakey to VP-marketing, HotData, Austin, Texas, from VP-technology marketing, Harte-Hanks.
Jeff Dunetz to associate publisher, Nickelodeon Magazine, Nickelodeon Magazine Group, New York, from eastern sales manager, Discover Magazine.
Leslie Gesser, 32, to marketing director, Rodale's Men's Health, New York, from director of merchandising.
Tony Kobylinski, 37, and Jim Ritterhoff, 36, to exec creative directors, Lord Group, New York, from senior VPs-creative directors. They succeed Mike Scardino, who remains a consultant.
Roger Antin to publisher, Worth Media's Civilization, New York, from publisher, Conde Nast's Bride's. He succeeds Quentin Walz, who left the company.
Gigi Volk to national advertising director, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, San Francisco, from national sales manager. She succeeds Roger Steckler, who is retiring. Alex McKenna succeeds Ms. Volk, from New York manager.