This week in leadership updates, Meta has promoted Michelle Klein to vice president of global business marketing, Scripps Networks appoints Keisha Taylor Starr as chief marketing officer, Ironman Group hires Suzanne Cohen as chief marketing officer and more.

Meta Promotes Michelle Klein To Vice President, Global Business Marketing 

Meta has appointed Michelle Klein as vice president, global business marketing, according to Adweek.

Succeeding Mark D’Arcy—who left the company in August—Klein enters into the role after having served as Meta’s senior marketing director for North America and global.

Scripps Networks Hires Keisha Taylor Starr As Chief Marketing Officer

Scripps Networks has tapped Keisha Taylor Starr as chief marketing officer, effective January 3, 2022.

Starr joins from Recount Media where she served as senior vice president, marketing and public relations.

Ironman Group Taps Suzanne Cohen As Chief Marketing Officer

Ironman Group has named Suzanne Cohen chief marketing officer.

Previously, Cohen served as JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s head of branch and local experiences.

Dunelm Hires Ben Carter As First Chief Marketing Officer

Dunelm has appointed Ben Carter to the newly created role of chief marketing officer.

Carter most recently served as the chief marketing officer of Purplebricks.

Carolyn Everson Steps Down As Instacart President

Carolyn Everson has departed from her position as Instacart president due to “mismatched priorities,” reports Ad Age.

Everson is unsure of her next move, though she has previously served as vice president, global business group at Facebook and corporate vice president, global ad sales and strategy at Microsoft.

Laura Colona Named Executive Vice President, Commercial Marketing Officer For Out Of Home Advertising Association Of America (OAAA) 

The OAAA has recruited Laura Colona as its first executive vice president, commercial marketing officer.

Colona joins OAAA from MediaMath where she was vice president and head of global marketing and communications.