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The Week Adds Two Sales Execs

Tim Koorbusch and Molly Bechert have rejoined The Week as executive VP of sales and VP of sales, respectively. Additionally, Tracy Monahan has been promoted to executive director of marketing.

Koorbusch previously worked for The Week as national ad director from 2008 to 2011. Most recently, he served as Say Media’s VP of sales.

Bechert last worked for The Week from 2007 to 2011. She most recently served as a senior sales executive for Viacom.

Monahan has been marketing director for The Week and Mental Floss for the past six months. Prior to joining the company, she served as Departures’ executive director of creative marketing.

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Execs Leave Condé and Rodale for Say Media

Say Media has hired two execs from Condé Nast and Rodale. Kate Lewis has been named senior vice president, editorial director and Tim Koorbusch will serve as vice president of U.S. sales.

Lewis comes to Say Media from Condé Nast, where she served as senior executive director of human resources. Prior to that Lewis was managing editor of Self. At Say Media, Lewis will guide the editorial direction of the company’s many sites, including xojane.com and gdgt.com.

Koorbusch was most recently associate publisher of Men’s Health. Prior to that he was advertising director for The Week.

“Both Kate and Tim have unparalleled experience,” said Kim Kelleher, president of Say Media, in a statement. ”Kate has managed some of the most renowned editorial brands and Tim has a proven track record leading successful sales teams across print and digital. These strong additions to our leadership team will undoubtedly make huge contributions in the next phase of our aggressive growth.”

Men’s Health Promotes Fashion Director

Men’s Health has promoted Randi Siegel from Fashion & Retail Director to Executive Fashion Director. Siegel has held various fashion-cenrtic positions throughout her career.

“Randi is one of the most passionate, resourceful and tenacious sales professionals that I have had the pleasure of working with,” said Ronan Gardiner, Men’s Health’s Publisher. “She has been instrumental in establishing new and cementing existing partnerships with some of the most prestigious names in fashion, footwear and watches.”

Siegel begins her new post immediately and she continues to report to Associate Publisher Tim Koorbusch.