More NewsExecs & Accounts for October 4, 2004

Execs & Accounts for October 4, 2004

AKQA hires Lot 21 co-founder; TRUSTe hires VPs of legal and business development; ePrize promotes two.

AKQA hired Andrew O’Dell as senior VP, in charge of bringing in new Web development and advertising business. O’Dell joins the interactive agency after a four-year stint as VP of business development for Carat. Earlier he was a founder of Lot21.

TRUSTe hired Cathy Bump as VP of policy and legal and David Currie as VP of business development. Bump joins from Intuit, where she was in-house privacy counsel. Currie held senior posts at ScanAlert, MeetWorldTrade, Neopost, ADP and Oracle.

“We’ve set a very aggressive agenda for licensee growth and policy support, and Cathy and David bring a well-established track record of success in helping organizations achieve their goals,” said TRUSTe Executive Director Fran Maier.

ePrize promoted Ivan Frank to senior VP of strategy and Jackie Trepanier to senior VP of fulfillment services. Frank formerly led business development in the promotions agency’s L.A. office. Before joining, he was a member of the senior sales and marketing team at Silicon Graphics. Trepanier served previously as a senior project manager.

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