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Roll Call: Elisabeth Murdoch, Saatchi & Saatchi, MMW, and More

Esmeralda Diaz Cameron, acting communications director for Mayor Cory Booker of Newark, NJ, has given her two weeks notice. She is reportedly leaving the Brick City for a job with a Fortune 30 company. She has said of the move: “The past four years have been a rewarding experience and I am proud to have been part of the historic achievements that are part of the city’s urban transformation under Mayor Booker’s leadership.”

Natalia Schultz has been named executive vice president, chief talent officer of the Americas, at Saatchi & Saatchi. She had been executive vice president, chief talent and development officer, at Grey. (AgencySpy)

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Mayor Booker’s Comms Director Says ‘MTP’ Had Nothing to Do With Resignation

Newark Mayor Cory Booker’s communications director Anne Torres announced her resignation today, just a week after the big Meet the Press dust-up (over nothing really). The timing suggested to some that her decision to leave had something to do with the brouhaha, but Torres says that isn’t true.

“The rumors are ridiculous..it’s not about MTP..come on folks,” Torres tweeted this afternoon. She also described her time with the administration as “amazing” on Twitter. And, in the The Star-Ledger, she described her six years with the administration as happy ones.

However, she did say that there were differences in opinion about “how communications should be run.”

Press secretary Esmeralda Diaz Cameron will serve as interim comms director, according to Booker’s chief of staff Modia Butler.