Allied Global Marketing, a leading global entertainment, sports and lifestyle agency, has announced several promotions across its Media, Strategy & Delivery, Creative, and Multicultural divisions of the company.

“It gives me great pleasure to announce several key staff promotions and extend accolades to these individuals on our management team,” said Clint Kendall, CEO of Allied Global Marketing. “Each of them has shown strong leadership, and they have risen to the occasion time after time as their respective areas have grown and evolved.”

Kelly Estrella has been promoted to Executive Vice President. Kelly has transformed Allied’s new business and account management processes, and brought a new level of strategy and integration to campaigns across paid, earned and owned media.

Larry Eberhard has been named Senior Vice President, Creative. Larry oversees Allied’s growing creative division, leading a team of creative professionals in Los Angeles and New York designing award-winning campaigns.  This past year, Larry’s team led the amazing work for the Roma awards campaign for Netfllix, among many others.

Marcus Best and Jamila Osouna have been promoted to Senior Vice President and Vice President, respectively, of Allied Moxy, Allied’s team focused on reaching African-American consumers. Marcus and Jamila have taken the Allied Moxy team to the next level, producing exciting, culturally-relevant campaigns that are both memorable and social. Marcus joins Marcella Cuonzo, SVP Allied Contigo, which targets Hispanic consumers, in leading the agency’s integrated Multicultural division in the development of intersectional communication strategies and executions across entertainment properties and brands.

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