Pauline Bohm has been promoted to vice president of worldwide marketing at Pearson Television. Bohm will be based in the company's Los Angeles office. She will oversee development of international marketing campaigns for the company's film and television programming library. Prior to joining the company, she served as executive account director for NBC's print advertising division.
Louis M. Phillips has been named vice president of production administration at Jim Henson Pictures. Phillips will oversee the day-to-day aspects of production and will work out of the company's Hollywood studios. Prior to joining the company, he was a production executive at Paramount Pictures.
Cynthia D. Trousdale has been named chief financial officer of Huntington East Valley Hospital. Trousdale previously served as interim chief financial officer at Centinela Hospital Medical Center.
Hillary S. Bibicoff and Ellen C. Waggoner have joined the Los Angeles-based law firm of Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger LLP as associates in the firm's transactional entertainment department. In their new positions, both will handle motion picture, television and related transactional work. Bibicoff joins the company from Rysher Entertainment, where she served as vice president of theatrical business and legal affairs. Waggoner previously was an associate with Latham & Watkins, where she practiced primarily in the corporate field.
Dave Charest has been named senior manager for Grant Thorton LLP's management consulting practice. Charest will work out of the firm's Los Angeles, Irvine and Woodland Hills offices, and will work within the company's Information Technology practice.
The law firm of Frandzel & Share has announced that head of the litigation group Tom Robins, senior member Robert B. Kaplan and managing partner Steven N. Bloom have been promoted to nameplate partners. Effective Aug. 1, the firm will be known as Frandzel Share Robins Kaplan & Bloom. In addition, two new partners, Philip Kramer and Andrew Alper, have joined the firm. Kramer will head the firm's new franchise practice. Alper will work in litigation, specializing in creditors' rights. Also, Gary Caris, an attorney at the firm, has been named head of the firm's bankruptcy department.
Kim A. Caldwell has been promoted to executive vice president of global technology and new business development at Avery Dennison Corp., which specializes in various label products. He will be based at the company's corporate headquarters in Pasadena. Caldwell will be responsible for the strategies and operations of the company's materials businesses in Asia Pacific and Latin America, as well as its Advanced Concepts and Products, ventures and specialty businesses. He previously was senior group vice president, Americas and Asia.
Daniel Miller has joined Capital Commercial/New America Network's Los Angeles office as a senior associate. In his new role, Miller will specialize in tenant representation for office and retail property leasing, and investment sales. In the five years prior to joining the company, Miller worked at Team Realty Inc., specializing in tenant representation.
Robert Barrett has been promoted to associate vice president of cultural tourism at the Los Angeles Convention & Visitors Bureau. Barrett formerly was director of cultural tourism for the bureau. Prior to that, he had served as director/chief curator of the Fresno Art Museum for 14 years.
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