NEW YORK — Marina Maher Communications has switched up its senior leadership, filling roles vacated by recent departures, including that of executive creative director Ted Sabarese.

James Ferber has replaced Sabarese, who left MMC in November after four years to pursue other opportunities, according to an agency rep.

Ferber, who joined MMC in 2017, most recently served as group creative director.  He will be leading the agency’s creative department with Brit Til, who joined MMC in December as group creative director, content innovation after 16 years with healthcare creative agency The Bloc.

In addition, the Omnicom agency has promoted Amy Inzanti to chief strategy officer. Before assuming the position in January, Inzanti had been leading the firm’s business strategy and analytics practice as executive director.

She replaces Joydeep Dey, who left the firm in April for Publicis Groupe, where he serves as global head of strategy for Citibank.

Ivette Sanz Osso also has joined the leadership team as the firm’s first managing director, business strategist. She spent nearly 12 years at DeVries Global, where she was COO & client centricity lead.

The moves come following a series of senior changes at MMC over the last two-plus years, including the arrival of chief innovation officer Rema Vasan.