This week in marketing leadership announcements, Antonio Lucio is leaving Facebook, Fred Bucher joins The Weather Channel TV network’s parent company, The Weather Group, as SVP and CMO. Also, Martin Lee joins Sport Clips as chief marketing officer and Tina Rubin leaves her position as head of strategy and consumer marketing at Netflix for the CMO role at Wave.

Antonio Lucio Is Stepping Down From His Role At Facebook

As reported by Business Insider and confirmed by Bloomberg, Antonio Lucio is leaving his position as Facebook’s chief marketing officer.

Lucio served as the global marketing chief for Facebook for the last two years. Prior to that, he was the global chief marketing and communications officer at HP.

The Weather Group Names Former Charter Communications Exec As SVP, CMO

Fred Bucher joins The Weather Channel’s parent company, The Weather Group, as senior vice president and chief marketing officer as reported by MediaPost.

Bucher was previously in the same roles at Spectrum Reach, a division of Charter Communications, as well as at Time Warner Cable Media. Prior to that, he served as VP of marketing solutions at ESPN.

Sport Clips Welcomes Martin Lee As Chief Marketing Officer

Martin Lee, who has previously served in various marketing roles for brands such as SIRIUS XM Radio and Sleepy’s, joins Sports Clips Haircuts as chief marketing officer.

Lee will lead the initiative to “getting the message out about the differentiators that make Sport Clips the hair care choice for men and boys,” according to the announcement.

Tina Rubin Joins Wave Leadership From Netflix

Variety reports that virtual interactive event startup Wave has brought on Tina Rubin, who hails from Netflix where she previously served as head of strategy for YA and family original TV shows.

Wave, which produces virtual, interactive events featuring avatars of artists such as The Weeknd, has tasked Rubin with overseeing all global marketing initiatives and partnerships. She replaces Wave interim CMO Jeremy Welt who will remain on the advisory board.