Leslie Ghize has been named executive vice president of the Tobe division of The Doneger Group. She succeeds Catherine Moellering, who has left the company. Ghize, who continues as senior vice president of Doneger and oversees the company’s Creative Services division, marketing, public relations, art and editorial efforts, will report to Abbey Doneger, president.
At Tobe, she will be responsible for building and maintaining client and industry relationships and directing the day-to-day business activities, strategic plans and new business initiatives.
In addition, Roseanne Morrison, who is the fashion director of Doneger, a position she has held since joining the company in 2006, had previously worked for Tobe for 20 years and will now oversee the fashion for Tobe as well.
Moellering had been with Doneger since early 2010. Doneger bought Tobe, which has provided fashion, trend and retail analysis since 1927, in 2005.
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