From left: Chris Brown with Imaginuity; Jeff Kittleson with CBRE; and Matthew Dzurik with Cook Children

Personnel Moves

CBRE Welcomes New Manager and Retail Major Market Leader

Plus, Neiman's hires fashion and lifestyle director and Oaxaca Interests hires a new CFO.

Send your company’s personnel moves to online managing editor Bianca R. Montes at [email protected]

Oaxaca Interests

Chris Aaron

Chris Aaron, Chief Financial Officer

Chris Aaron brings more than 10 years of experience in public and private institutional real estate to Oaxaca Interests as chief financial officer. He previously held a post with Mill Creek Residential, where he served as vice president of corporate finance. With Oaxaca, Aaron will oversee its financial strategy and portfolio of commercial and residential projects.

Education: Vanderbilt University (B.S.), University of Southern California (M.Acc)


Cook Children’s Physician Network

Britt Nelson, Retired

Britt Nelson has retired after serving as Cook Children’s president since 2009. In 1990, Nelson came on board Cook Children’s as Medical Director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and held a post as Pediatric Transport Team Medical Director. Nelson was elected president after serving more than 12 years on the board of the Physician Network. Matthew Dzurik will step into the role as the new CCPN President.

Education: The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (M.D.), Baylor University (B.S.)

Matthew Dzurik

Matthew Dzurik, President

Matthew Dzurik has spent time as the medical director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and has served on the CCPN Board of Directors since 2017. As president, he will oversee the healthcare system’s network, which consists of more than 460 physicians. Dzurik will also continue in his clinical medicine role at Cook Children’s.

Education: Louisiana State University (MD), Vanderbilt University


CBRE

Jeff Kittleson

Jeff Kittleson, Managing Director and Retail Major Market Leader, South-Central Division

Jeff Kittleson will oversee CBRE’s retail operations in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Denver, and Phoenix. Kittleson, who joined CBRE in 2006, will now be responsible for leading and growing CBRE’s retail advisory and transaction practice within the South-Central division. Kittleson steps into the role with more than 20 years of retail brokerage experience.

Education: Boston College (B.A.)


The Dallas Foundation

Torrey Littleton

Torrey Littleton, Vice President of Finance

As vice president, Torrey Littleton will direct a team of five, lead strategic management of the foundation’s financial resources and investment returns, assure compliance with audit and tax requirements, and uphold the foundation’s fiscal health. Littleton has more than 15 years of experience in accounting and finance and previously served as the foundation’s senior finance director.

Education: Tennessee State University (BBA), The University of Dallas (MBA)


Neiman Marcus

Lisa Aiken, Fashion and Lifestyle Director

Lisa Aiken comes to the newly created role at Neiman Marcus after spending over two years with Moda Operandi as the fashion and buying director. Aiken is expected to strengthen Neiman Marcus’ merchandising division by identifying emerging brands, developing partnerships, and driving sales.

Education: London College of Fashion (B.A.)


Imaginuity

Dave Newman

Dave Newman, Senior Account Director, Client Partnerships

Dave Newman previously served as vice president of marketing for Cicis Enterprises for more than four years. With Cicis, Newman drove the advertising calendar, public relations efforts, and marketing functions.

Education: Washington University in St. Louis (B.A.) 

Molly Brill

Molly Brill, Senior Director, Client Partnerships

Molly Brill brings more than 20 years of experience leading development and brand execution, advertising, digital, and creative strategies across industries. She most notably led digital marketing and advertising for Sonic Drive-in. With Imaginuity, she will help ensure the company’s message reaches the right audience at the right time, on the right channel.

Education: Arizona State University (B.A.)

Jourdan Wilkerson

Jourdan Wilkerson, Director of Client Partnerships

Jourdan Wilkerson has previously provided digital services for Jiffy Lube, Coca-Cola, FedEx, Wendy’s, T-Mobile, PrimeLending, and Toyota, among others. She will now take on a leadership role in client partnerships for Imaginuity.

Education: Texas Tech University (B.A.)

Chris Brown

Chris Brown, Director of SEO

Chris Brown is coming to Imaginuity from Wpromote, where he served as the senior director of digital marketing. At Wpromote, he helped lead the hospitality and travel practice. With Imaginuity, Brown will help guide search engine optimization strategies and concepts.

Education: University of North Texas (B.A.)

Bethany Davidson

Bethany Davidson, Group Media Director

Bethany Davidson will rejoin the agency after holding a post as SEO and social media manager from 2011 to 2013. She has most recently held a post with BJ’s Wholesale Club as the director of digital marketing, where she oversaw owned, paid, and earned media.

Education: Dallas Baptist University (B.S.)


Regional Transportation Council

Theresa Daniel, Chair of Regional Transportation Council

Dallas County Commissioner Theresa Daniel has been elected Chair of the Regional Transportation Council. Daniel has previously served on the transportation policymaking body since 2018 and has represented Dallas County as commissioner since 2013. As RTC chair, Daniel will help guide the development of roadway, rail, and bicycle-pedestrian plans and programs, allocate transportation funds and recommend projects to the Texas Transportation Commission for other programs.

Education: UT-Arlington (Ph.D.), The University of Texas at Dallas (MPA), The University of Texas at Arlington (M.A., MSSW), St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame (B.A.)

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