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Once again we've put together the most senior and influential job moves in the US.

This time we cover influential moves from Google to Ifeelgoods and Dell to SAP AG, another senior resignation at Best Buy, new hires at American Express and Eloqua and the loss of T-Mobile USA's CMO.

3G PR brought on Tod Musgrave as its Director of Business Development to help strategically grow the company.

The Advertising Association has named AMV BBDO group chief executive and chairman Cilla Snowball as its first woman chairman replacing Andrew McGuiness from Beattie McGuiness Bungay.

American Express hired former Caesars Entertainment CTO Katrina Lane as its new Executive Vice President of Consumer Cards and Experiences. 

AOL Advertising has brought on former Carat managing director Neil Jones to be its vice-president of commercial where he'll be managing advertising and content through brand advertising, video, content and ad serving.

Best Buy has lost another executive as its Chief Marketing Officer, Barry Judge, has left the company to "explore the next chapter of his career." This departure follows those of Geek Squad founder Robert Stephens and CEO Brian Dunn.

Edelman has brought on Joanne Colan as senior vice president and senior content strategist with an emphasis on short-form sharable video.

Eloqua named Heidi Melin as Chief Marketing Officer. She will report to Eloqua's CEO, Joe Payne.

Extreme Networks appointed Theresa Caragol Vice President, Worldwide Channels. Caragol formerly worked at Ciena as Vice President of Channels and Alliances.

Ifeelgoods, digital incentives provider, hired former Google and PayPal Executive, Tyler Hoffman, as its SVP of Sales.

IntraLinks appointed Rainer Gawlick as the company's chief marketing officer.

NQ Mobile appointed Victoria Repice as senior director of Product Management. Before moving to NQ Mobile, Repice was in charge of Product Marketing & Operations for Content & Services at Samsung Mobile. 

PAN Communications hired former Porter Novelli partner Jim Barbagallo as SVP, Client Relations.

SAP AG nabbed Dell's Vice President of Dell Services for Asia Pacific and Japan, Geraldine McBride, to be its president of its North America region. 

Technology start-up, TicketMob, hired the former Director of Communications, Media Relations & Social Media of The Recording Academy, Jaime Sarachit, as its Chief Marketing Officer.

T-Mobile USA has lost 17-year veteran, Cole Brodman, who will be stepping down as its executive and chief marketing officer. 

UniWorld Group promoted Monique L. Nelson to Chief Executive Officer. She has been with the company for 5 years after joining UWG from a marketing a role at Motorola. 

Wausau Paper promoted Sherri L. Lemmer to the role of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer from her role of Vice President, Finance and Information Technology. 

WellAWARE Systems hired Teresa DiMarco as its Chief Executive Officer. Previous to this, Teresa was formally the president of Unisys’ Health Information Management business unit.

Itchy feet? Why not head over to our jobs board to check out the latest digital marketing jobs.

Heather Taylor

Published 5 May, 2012 by Heather Taylor

Heather Taylor is the Editorial Director for Econsultancy US. You can follow her on Twitter, Google+ or Pinterest.

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Harlequin

Seems to me that the sales people liking shuffling around a lot. I wonder if it is possible to track how long they stick in one place as well?

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