NEW YORK: Next Fifteen Communications Group subsidiary The OutCast Agency has promoted TJ Snyder to head its New York office.
Snyder worked as a partner in OutCast's San Francisco office for the past five years, and replaces Julie Kehoe, who recently moved to Utah to work in-house for a start-up.
At the San Francisco office, Snyder provided support for accounts such as Autodesk, Cisco, Nike, and Yahoo. In his new position, he will oversee 15 people and report to OutCast partner and CEO Alex Constantinople. Formerly at GE, Constantinople arrived at OutCast last September from Conde Nast and moved into the CEO role after the departure of Caryn Marooney, who left to join Facebook's in-house communications team.
Prior to joining OutCast, Snyder spent more than six years with Zeno Group, where he oversaw the agency's Oracle account.
The OutCast Agency employs around 90 people in total and reported 2010 revenue of $15 million in PRWeek's recent Agency Business Report.