AJC Expands Advertising Sales Team
Allen Dunstan has been appointed as senior director national sales. Mr Dunstan has more than 35 years of advertising, marketing and sales experience, and will be based in New York. He will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to help facilitate profitable sales growth among national accounts.
Mr Dunstan joins the AJC from newspapers first where he was vice president of the eastern region and company financial team leader for newspapers first.
Prior to that, Dunstan spent 14 years working various roles within Media Networks a division of Time Dunstan is an active member in The Advertising Club in New York, Financial Communications Society, Advertising Women of New York, 212NYC, and is an alum of Susquehanna University.
Eric Myers has been appointed as senior director of sales will oversee the major accounts, recruitment, auto and real estate sales teams.
Mr Myers most recently served as the advertising director for the St. Petersburg Times. He joined the Times in June 1999 as an account executive. In 2002, he began managing the advertising team that launched the Brandon Times, an edition of the St. Petersburg Times.
Mindy Buckalew has been promoted to senior sales and product planning manager, and will provide revenue analysis for future AJC products and sales initiatives.
Ms Buckalew joined the AJC in 2006 as a financial analyst. Through various roles, she helped develop the business case for Evening Edge, led all revenue analysis for the newspaper redesign project, and transitioned the AJC to revenue-based rate structures for customers.
Prior to joining the AJC, Ms Buckalew was a senior accountant for Impact Innovations and a financial analyst for Vista III Media.
Moya Neville, senior vice president for advertising sales, said: “I’m delighted to have these seasoned sales professionals join our renewed effort to serving the needs of our local and national advertising customers.
“Their leadership and experience, combined with the strength of the AJC’s products and a robust market like Atlanta will energize our sales teams and enable us to provide even greater value and results for our advertisers.”
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