Managing editor George Zicarelli has resigned from Driven magazine. "I am leaving on excellent terms," he tells us. "I have no definite plans for full-time work as yet but will first gauge what sort of freelance opportunities are available." Yesterday was Zicarelli's last day.
Toronto Life has bulked up its art department by hiring Natalie Do into the newly created senior designer position. Do’s resumé includes Concrete Design, where she worked on Azure magazine and the Holts catalogue, among other products. Most recently, Do was a designer at the New York Times Style Magazine.
CDS Global has named Pierre Charpentier general manager of its Montreal facility. Prior to joining CDS Global, he served in various management functions at Unimedia; served as the vice president of circulation for Publicor Magazines, a division of Quebecor; created his own outsourced fulfillment service company, Diffusion Conseil P.C.; and served as general manager of Joncas Telexperts, Quebecor’s integrated direct marketing organization.
Susanne Hasulo, who has been editor of In Burlington since that magazine's launch in 2004, has stepped down following publication of the winter 2008 issue to pursue other projects.
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