This week in leadership updates, Nintendo names Devon Pritchard EVP of sales, marketing and communications, Burger King appoints Thibault Roux chief digital officer, Dave & Buster’s hires Ashley Zickefoose as chief marketing officer and more.

Nintendo Of America Appoints Devon Pritchard Executive Vice President Of Sales, Marketing And Comms

Nintendo has named Devon Pritchard executive vice president of sales, marketing and communications, according to Venture Beat.

This year marks Pritchard’s 16th year with Nintendo. She most recently served as the company’s executive vice president of business affairs and publisher relations.

Burger King Taps Thibault Roux As Chief Digital Officer

Burger King has hired Thibault Roux as chief digital officer of US and Canada, the company announced on its parent website.

Under his belt, Roux has years of experience in digital leadership roles such as senior vice president digital at Optum and vice president of product, experience and accessibility at UnitedHealthcare.

Dave & Buster’s Hires Ashley Zickefoose As Chief Marketing Officer

As part of a string of new executive leadership hires, Dave & Buster’s has appointed Ashley Zickefoose as chief marketing officer.

Zickefoose joins Dave & Buster’s from Main Event, where she was chief marketing officer. Prior to that, she served as CEC Entertainment’s chief marketing and concept officer.

Nickelodeon Names A New Marketing Chief

After a three-year stint as chief marketing officer of Nickelodeon, Jenny Wall is stepping down, reports Deadline. Sabrina Caluori—who has been promoted to executive vice president and head of marketing and brand strategy for Nickelodeon—will succeed Wall.

Previously, Caluori was president of a firm she founded, Theia Communications, and prior to that spent over 12 years at HBO in a variety of marketing executive roles.

St Kitts Tourism Authority Names Mia Lange Chief Marketing Officer

Mia Lange has been appointed to the newly created role of chief marketing officer for St Kitts Tourism Authority.

Lange has more than two decades of Caribbean destination marketing experience, most recently serving as executive director, global communications of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism.