Zarina Kawaja has joined Bozell Marketing Services as account executive with immediate responsibility for Chrysler Jeep UK and Commercial Union.

Zarina Kawaja has joined Bozell Marketing Services as account executive

with immediate responsibility for Chrysler Jeep UK and Commercial Union.

The award-winning interiors journalist, Carolyn Bailey, has been

appointed homes editor of Good Housekeeping from her position as home

editor of Woman and Home. Bailey had held her position at Woman and Home

since 1992 and before that was deputy home editor of the magazine.

Bailey began her publishing career as an assistant editor with Octopus

Books in 1985. The Good Housekeeping interiors department has also

promoted Kristin Bjerkan to deputy homes editor.

Crown Business Communications has appointed Alan Dawson multimedia

business development manager. Dawson will be responsible for the

development of Crown’s multimedia business. With a background in

publishing, Dawson joins Crown from the Presentation Company, where he

was an account executive with specific responsibility for new business.

During his last year with the company, he became involved with

developing its multimedia business and worked alongside the multimedia

producer, Scott Ewings, who joined Crown late last year.

After five years as an award-winning head of art and a founding director

of Smarts Advertising and Design, the creative director, Neil Haston,

has left London to join the creative communications consultant, Tayburn

McIlroy Coates.

The PR firm, Hill and Knowlton, has named the director, Karen Moyse, as

deputy chief executive - a newly created position. Moyse will be

responsible for developing products and services to meet the new

challenges set by clients, as well as the training and personal

development programme for H&K’s 160 staff. Moyse, who has been with the

company for ten years, held the position of deputy managing director for

H&K’s marketing communications division, where she was responsible for

some of the consultancy’s largest fmcg clients.

Granada Theme Parks and Hotels has appointed Clare Miles its new sales

and marketing executive at the American Adventure Theme Park, Ilkeston,

Derbyshire. The new role will provide a dedicated sales and marketing

resource for the park. Miles joined Granada from Coats Viyella branded

menswear where she was a marketer for five years. The key tasks of her

new position involve a comprehensive sales campaign to local and

regional businesses, and to develop a relationship with group bookings

and private hire operations.

Norwich Union has appointed Elaine Collins to the new position of press

officer. The post is based in Norwich, with the main focus on Norwich

Union Healthcare. Collins previously spent nine years as press officer

for the Corporation of London.

RBS Advanta, the partnership between the Royal Bank of Scotland and the

Advanta corporation, has appointed Claire Funnell relationship marketing

manager. Funnell will be responsible for maximising the relationship

between RBS Advanta and the customer. Before joining the company,

Funnell spent four years at First Direct, latterly as product manager

for the Cheque Account. Before joining First Direct she worked as a

personnel officer at Trusthouse Forte, after graduating from London

University in 1986.

Stride Plastics, part of the Stride Group plc, has appointed Carol Ann

Kiernan sales development manager. Kiernan was formerly key accounts

development manager with Lawson Mardon Fibrenyle and has experience of

the cosmetics and toiletries markets in both the UK and Europe.

Nigel Phillips has joined Coral as commercial manager and will take

overall responsibility for all brand development and marketing activity

in retail betting and stadia. He was previously a marketing consultant

for Jaques Vert and before that was responsible for toys trading at


David Charlton has left the Tenet Group after four years to join his

former Rowland Company colleagues, Robin Courage and Jane Atkinson,

recently appointed media adviser to HRH The Princess of Wales. Charlton

has moved to Atkinson Courage Communications as a director working on

both developing business and supporting the founding partners on their

client portfolio.

Three new executive appointments have been made at Communique PR. Katie

Moffat joins from the PR office of Staffordshire County Council to work

on Candy, Northern Counties Housing Association and the recently

acquired ADS account; Rachel Ward Lilley, formerly with Penguin

Publishers, is working on Boddingtons and CRS, while Jim Standing is

involved with the March Consulting Group, Swish and Pal International