This week in marketing leadership moves: Chase hires a new CMO, Gap’s chief marketing officer exits, Uber hires ex-Google marketing head David Mogensen to lead its European marketing and more.

JPMorgan Chase Names New CMO

JPMorgan Chase has selected a new CMO to succeed Kristin Lemkau, who was named CEO of Chase’s new wealth management division last month. 

Leslie Gillin, who was most recently the president of Chase’s co-brand credit cards business, will oversee Chase, JPMorgan and corporate brands. Prior to joining Chase, she was CMO of Citi’s Global Consumer Bank.

Gap CMO Exits

The Drum reports that embattled clothing retailer Gap has announced the redefinition of their CMO position amid the exit of Alegra O’Hare, who served in the role since last September.

Uber Hires New Lead Marketer For European Region

Uber has found a replacement to lead its European marketing after the departure of Patrick Stal earlier this month, reports The Drum.

Stal has been succeeded by David Mogensen, who most recently served as lead marketer for Google in Northern Europe. Prior to Google, Mogensen oversaw US advertising for BMW in North America.

ViacomCBS Reshuffles Leadership Responsibilities

With the departure of Amy Doyle, former GM for ViacomCBS Music Group (MTV, VH1. CMT and Logo), several management shifts are taking place. Notably, Jacqueline Parkes has been made chief marketing officer in addition to her role as EVP of Digital Studios. 

Additionally, Josh Line, EVP of marketing and creative at Comedy Central, Paramount Network and TV Land is departing to another role within ViacomCBS.

ANA’s SeeHer Names New President

SeeHer, an initiative by ANA to increase accurate portrayals of women in advertising, has named marketing executive Nadine Karp McHugh president, according to Campaign US.

Karp McHugh’s most recent role saw her in the position of SVP of omnimedia strategy, data-driven media and creative solutions at L’Oréal. She previously held the position of VP of global integrated media communications at Colgate-Palmolive.

Camus Cognac Loses CMO After Two Years

Jean-Dominique Andreu will be leaving his role as CMO at Camus Cognac at the end of January. 

Andreu will continue to act as an adviser to the company, where he has been for two years. Global brand manager Pier Paolo Catucci will take over branding responsibilities.

Former PepsiCo Marketing Leader To Replace Retiring Kruger NA CMO

Nancy Marcus is set to retire from her role as North American chief marketing officer at Kruger Products. 

Susan Irving, formerly of PepsiCo, will replace Marcus as CMO. Irving, who spent 15 years with the brand, most recently served as senior marketing director for the Quaker Nutrition portfolio.

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