CGS, a provider of business applications, enterprise learning and outsourcing services, names Mark Tullio vice president and chief marketing officer. Tullio has served as director, marketing & digital strategy at Booz Allen Hamilton; vice president, global marketing at computer networking company Lantronix; and vice president of marketing at Kaplan. Based in Tullio’s New York headquarters, he will lead the CGS global marketing team. “His leadership will advance CGS to lead in various markets around the world,” said CGS president and CEO Phil Friedman.
LaVoieHealthScience promotes Harriet Ullman to VP, PR & product communications. Ullman joined LHS in 2019 as a senior consultant. Before that, she was VP in the healthcare practice at Ogilvy PR/Feinstein Kean Healthcare. The agency has also brought on Kristi Bruno as VP PR/communications & lead, digital marketing practice, midwest region, a new role at the agency. Bruno comes to LHS from civil engineering company Omega & Associates, where she was associate vice president, communications and marketing. She has also served as director, communications, media and marketing at the American College of Chest Physicians.
Mubi, a film distributor, producer and streaming service, hires Michael Lieberman as director of communications. Lieberman comes to Mubi from Metrograph, where he served as head of publicity. He has also held publicity positions at Susan Norget Film Promotion and Film Presence. At Mubi, Lieberman will lead all communications for the U.S. including publicity for Mubi releases.
Esports Technologies appoints Mark Thorne as chief marketing officer. Thorne has served as CMO at several gaming industry companies, including betFIRST, Wishmaker and ORing Limited. Thorne will be based in the company’s new Malta office, and will be responsible for building a team to assist with European market entries, working closely with the Esports Technologies operations office in Dublin. Speach said, “Mark’s detailed understanding of the markets we currently operate in, along with those in which we plan to operate, makes him a natural fit for us,” said Esports Technologies CEO Aaron Speech.