LOS ANGELES: IW Group has named Jimmy Lee VP and group director. Prior to joining IW Group, Lee worked in State Farm Insurance's public affairs division. NEW YORK: Rubenstein Public Relations has added several new clients to its roster, including Swig Burris Equities, the Manhattan Center for Kitchen & Bath, and behavioral economist Woody Dorsey. NEW YORK: James Heekin has been named president and COO of Euro RSCG Worldwide, where he will report to chairman and CEO Bob Schmetterer. Heekin is the former chairman and CEO of McCann-Erickson WorldGroup and McCann-Erickson Worldwide. COLUMBUS, OH: Gerbig Snell/Weisheimer & Associates has hired John Deats as EVP to head the agency's public relations practice. Deats was most recently MD of the US healthcare practice at PR21. RALEIGH, NC: Capital Strategies has named Billy Warden account director and Deborah Reed as CFO of the firm. Most recently, Warden designed and implemented a communications plan that successfully influenced healthcare and civil-justice legislation in the North Carolina General Assembly. Prior to working for Capital Strategies, Reed was director of financial reporting and VP at Triangle Bancorp. ST. LOUIS: Pete Snyder of Snyder Consulting and Craig Workman of The Workman Company have merged their firms to create Snyder & Workman Communications. NEW YORK: Teletrax, the world's first global television tracking offered exclusively by Medialink, is now available to the public relations industry. Teletrax can provide PR professionals information about the extent of news coverage in the US and around the world, whether via satellite, cable, or terrestrially. BOSTON: Regan Communications has hired David Nathan as VP. Most recently, he served as editor of The Jewish Advocate. NEW YORK: DS Simon Productions has promoted Kenneth Meyer to SVP of media relations and broadcast services. Prior to joining DS Simon, Meyer worked as the PR manager and director of community relations for arena football's New Jersey Red Dogs and roller hockey's New Jersey Rockin' Rollers. EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ: The MWW Group has promoted Richard Tauberman to SVP. Prior to joining MWW, Tauberman served as VP, global financial markets for Westpac Banking Corporation in New Zealand, Australia, and New York. NEW YORK: Ziff Davis has promoted Randy Zane to director of corporate communications. He previously served as PR manager for PC Expo. SAN DIEGO: Wave Three Software has tapped Sterling Communications to help promote the company and its products. Wave Three develops desktop communication software for voice-video-data communications via any IP network. Sterling's San Francisco office will lead the account, handling corporate and product message development and positioning, product launches, media and analyst relations, and thought-leadership efforts. SAN FRANCISCO: Peppercom has promoted Andy Hilton from management supervisor to director of its San Francisco office. HARTFORD, CT: The Hartford financial services group has appointed Joshua King as VP of media relations. Prior to joining The Hartford, King was a consultant at Washington, DC-based polling firm Penn, Schoen & Berland, which is owned by WPP. ATLANTA: Edelman has added Smart Start Georgia to its client roster. Smart Start was created to develop and implement a long-term plan to increase school readiness in Georgia.