Dana-Farber Cancer Institute rent Goldie Taylor To serve as Senior Vice President, Communications and Marketing Officer, effective February 28. Taylor succeeds Stephen Singer, who retired after 25 years with Dana Farber. She joined the institute from Morehouse Medical School, where she currently holds the position of Marketing Director. Taylor previously served as Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority; Senior Vice President, Strategic Initiatives at NBC News; and Vice President of Edelman Corporation. In her new role, she will lead the work to frame the Institute’s achievements and contributions; Ensure consistent and integrated messaging across traditional and emerging communications; Advanced Internal Engagement “Goldi is a leading company with broad, multidisciplinary expertise,” said Dana-Farber President and CEO Laurie H. Glimcher.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America Names Devon Williams Chief Communications Officer. Williams joined the organization from the National 4-H Council, where she held the position of senior director of public relations and celebrity relations. She was previously the National Marketing Director for Boys & Girls Clubs of America and worked in Edelman’s Health Brands and Consumer Division. At BBBSA, Williams will lead external and internal communications, thought leadership and impact relationships. “She brings a wealth of communications experience, a strategic ability to tell stories, and a personal passion to help elevate our powerful story in mentoring young people,” said Artis Stephens, BBBSA President and CEO.
hook, a digital marketing agency that is part of the Publicis Group Tina Busy as CEO. Posey joins Hawkeye after 26 years at Omnicom Group, most recently serving as CEO of Javelin Agency. W. Joe DeMiro succeeds as CEO of Hawkeye and will report to Publicis Digital Experience Group CEO Jem Ripley. “Tina is the perfect choice to lead Hawk as we continue to develop our industry-leading business and CRM solutions to make an impact on the brands we serve,” Ripley said.