ATLANTA — ARPR has named Raj Choudhury as its new CEO. With more than 20 years of experience and six prior agency C-suite roles, Choudhury (pictured) will take the helm with ARPR’s founder, Anna Ruth Williams, serving as chief strategy officer. Choudhury will set the vision and strategy for the agency by determining the right goals and areas of focus. He will be hands-on with financials day-to-day and will work alongside the senior leadership team to achieve growth targets and ensure work product and the talent bench evolves and grows. He most recently served as chief delivery and innovation officer for Ansira.

NEW YORK — Imre has hired Matthew Zogby as chief data officer and Christopher Lang as head of data science. Zogby will be responsible for building a data and analytics services stack and will report to CEO David Imre and serve as a member of the firm’s executive leadership team. Previously, Zogby served as EVP of media effectiveness at Dentsu. Lang will be responsible for the agency’s data practice and vision. Lang previously served as VP and director of data science at solve(d).

MEXICO CITY - Javier Trevino has joined FTI Consulting’s strategic communications section as senior advisor to the Latin American practice. Trevino will provide issues management and strategic advice to clients with exposure in Latin America while also furthering the team’s ability to execute public affairs programs. Previously, Trevino served as the SVP for corporate communications and public affairs of CEMEX.

NEW YORK - SourceCode Communications has hired Marni Riatt as SVP and Meghan Matheny as VP. The firm also promoted Katie McGovern to VP. Riatt will oversee the consumer lifestyle and technology practices, Matheny will lead the enterprise technology portfolio, and McGovern will spearhead the insights and engagement clientele at SourceCode. All three bring decades of PR and leadership experience to the agency, where they will help bolster their respective verticals.