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Tuesday Odds and Ends

-San Francisco-based Duncan/Channon has appointed its first partner in 13 years in Mike Lemme, who joins fellow partners, president Robert Duncan,  ECD Parker Channon and CEO Andy Berkenfield. In addition to Lemme’s bump-up, D/C welcomed former AKQA ACD Andrea Bozeman as creative director.

-Two years after joining up with Sasquatch,  Patrick Mullins, who also served as creative director on T-Mobile while at Publicis West,  has been hired as creative director at indie shop, DNA Seattle. Along with Mullins, DNA, which works with clients including The Avon Foundation and the University of Washington, promoted Pete Hughes to creative director.

-Oreo, with the help of W+K Portland, is continually posting YouTube clips like the one above over the next two weeks on how exactly to eat the damn snack. link

-DiGennaro/Goodby alum Theresa Nasi has taken over as managing director, worldwide communications at Ogilvy.

-Following “a rigorous review process that included multiple media agencies and standalone digital shops,” Horizon Media has been tapped to handle all traditional, digital, social and mobile marketing duties for e-cigarette brand, NJOY.

-L.A.-based brand studio Content & Co has appointed  Angelique “Angie” Delgado to the newly created post of account supervisor across clients including Subway and Energizer Personal Care.

-Yahoo’s ban on work from home = bad delivery? link

-Former R/GA Group director of brand development, Jennifer Meyers, has joined up with NYC-based Sullivan as principal, executive director of strategy.

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