People on the Move in the Social Media Industry: March 21, 2008


I’m starting this post series (see archives) to recognize and congratulate folks who get promoted, move, or accept new exciting positions. We should congratulate the following folks:

  • Tom Diederich joins Cadence as the Social Media/Web Community Manager. He’s working for Carlos Soares, my former colleague at HDS.
  • Brian Chappell joins Ignite Social Media as Sr. Social Search Strategist, and tells me he is seeking other talented individuals. Brian’s blog is here
  • Daniel Thornton moves from Journalist to Community Marketing Manager at motorcyclenews
  • Michael Brito accepted the position at Intel managing social media for the consumer segment, a great company doing lots of the social media front.
  • Adriana Gascoigne joins Ogilvy helping clients with their social media strategy as Vice President at the 360° Digital Influence Group at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide. (and they are hiring)
  • Aaron Uhrmacher was appointed to the role of Global Peer Media Lead, where he will provide strategic consultancy to clients and internal teams, at Text 100 Public Relations

  • How to Connect with others:

    Submit an annoucement
    If you know folks that are moving up in the social media industry, leave a comment below, or if you’re feeling shy (it’s cool to self-nominate) send me an email.

    Seeking Social Media Professionals?
    If you’re seeking to connect with community advocates and community managers there are few resources

  • Also see my Web Strategy Jobs powered by Job o Matic
  • Also see my community manager group in Facebook
  • Check out Jake McKee’s community portal for jobs
  • See Chris Heuer’s Social Media Jobs
  • SimplyHired aggregates job listings, as does Indeed
  • ForumOne Jobs for Social Media and Community
  • Hiring? Leave a commentt
    If you’re seeking candidates in the social media industry, many of them are within arms reach, feel free to leave a link to a job description (but not the whole job description, or I’ll delete it.