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Home » D.C.-Area Updates: Aram Zucker-Scharff Joins The Post as Ad Engineering Director for RED; Scott Circle Adds Kellie Murphy and Dee Donavanik to its Senior Management Team; Sara Pruneski Leaves Glover Park Group for Nashville Agency

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D.C.-Area Updates: Aram Zucker-Scharff Joins The Post as Ad Engineering Director for RED; Scott Circle Adds Kellie Murphy and Dee Donavanik to its Senior Management Team; Sara Pruneski Leaves Glover Park Group for Nashville Agency

by | Aug 29, 2017

Aram Zucker-Scharff  joined The Washington Post as Ad Engineering Director for RED. According to The Post, “This important role will be a catalyst to continue to take RED and all commercial innovations to a new level. RED has grown significantly since its inception in 2015, and through it the Washington Post has become a leader in the commercial technology space. Aram will be focused on developing and launching new ad products that will be offered to clients on and off the Washington Post.”

Scott Circle in D.C. added Kellie Murphy and Dee Donavanik to its senior management team. According to O’Dwyer’s, Murphy, who is joining as senior VP, previously provided strategic counsel for clients in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East, in addition to serving as a senior vice president at GMMB. She will lead client accounts, manage staff and develop new business. Donavanik is promoted from senior manager to VP. Before coming to Scott Circle, she led operations for the Washington branch of Media Connect, a division of Finn Partners.

Sara Pruneski, who had spent eight years at the Glover Park Group in D.C., joined Nashville-based public relations and government affairs firm Hall Strategies as account supervisor.

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