People on the Move | 10.07.10
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The McGraw-Hill Companies has named Gregory Hamilton president of Aviation Week magazine, replacing Tom Henricks, who is leaving the company. Most recently, Hamilton served as publisher of strategic media at Aviation Week.
The CFO Alliance, a peer group for senior level financial executives, appointed Ronald Fink as director of content. Over the last two decades, Fink served as including executive editor of Financial Week, deputy editor of CFO Magazine, CFO.com, and Financial World and senior editor of U.S. Banker.
ReadyMade magazine named Liz Armstrong as online editor. Most recently, Armstrong served as editor of Vice magazine’s Vice.com.
Women’s Health named Jill Percia associate beauty editor. Previously, Percia served as associate account executive at ShopPR. Before that, she was an associate beauty and fitness editor at CosmoGirl.
E-media strategy and operations firm Go Forward Media appointed Rob Powell director of technology and development. Powell most recently served as director of interactive at Cygnus Business Media.
Rolling Stone publisher Wenner Media added Craig Mura to its team as an account director. Mura previously served as a director of non-endemic business at Source Interlink Media’s Motor Trend, Automobile and Hot Rod magazines.
Atlantic Media’s National Journal supplemented its fast-growing edit team once again by naming Edmund Andrews managing editor for economics, taxes and budget. Andrews most recently served as senior Washington correspondent at the Fiscal Times. Before that, he served as an economics correspondent for the New York Times.
Courtney Murphy was promoted to creative director at Hearst’s Good Housekeeping. Most recently, Murphy served as design director.
Also at Hearst, Town&Country named Sarajane Hoare as a guest fashion director, overseeing the fashion editorial for the March 2011 Spring fashion issue. Hoare previously served as a fashion director of the London Observer, British Vogue, Frank magazine and Glamour (U.S.).