Patricia Gonzalez was appointed to media director at Magnacom Worldwide in Miami.
Sayuri Sosa has launched her own firm, Blue Lemon Marketing LLC. She was previously marketing director of Chick-fil-A Davie North.
Sara Howley Callari, former senior vice president, chief communications and marketing officer, Broward Health, was recently inducted into DTC Perspectives Inc.’s second annual class of Top Hospital Marketers of the Year. DTC is a conference, training and publishing company for the consumer marketing of pharmaceutical, hospitals, and health care products. The program recognizes extraordinary hospital marketers, nationwide, for their driving innovation, spearheading great creative, and working toward better branding for their hospital, health system, or facility. Honorees were judged based on industry reputation, accomplishments, innovation, and notoriety among their peers, partners, and media. The 2015 class will be honored June 17th at a ceremony at the Four Seasons, Atlanta, as part of DTC Perspectives’ 2015 Hospital Marketing National Conference.
Laurie Sallarulo, chief executive officer of the Leadership Broward Foundation since 2013, was named president and chief executive officer of Junior Achievement of South Florida in Fort Lauderdale. Her appointment comes as the organization expands programming and rolls out innovative technology. In addition to reaching every fifth and eighth grade student in its service area through a partnership with the Broward School District, JA will increase programming for area high schools in addition to introducing new technology for delivering programs in classrooms and at its 60,000-square-foot JA World Huizenga Center at Broward College hands-on learning facility in Coconut Creek.
Source: South Florida Sun Sentinel