Drawing on over 20 years of distinguished experience in the advertising and creative services industries, Hilary possesses both a creative flair and solid business acumen. She enjoys the challenge of creating unique solutions for her clients’ design needs, always resulting in original and compelling campaigns and projects. Hilary values communication and collaboration — knowing these are the keys to her clients’ marketing successes.
Some of the many clients she has had the privilege of working with over the years are: Los Angeles Community College District, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles City College, The California Trust for Public Schools, The California Higher Education Sustainability Conference 2010, United States Green Building Council Los Angeles Chapter, The Metropolitan Water District, California Construction Expo, The Alzheimer’s Association Orange County Chapter, the Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Foundation, Medical Practice Purchasing Group, Baxter Healthcare, The California Association of Professional Employees, The Municipal Construction Inspectors Association, Independent Writers of Southern California, Latina Lawyers Bar Association, Mexican American Bar Association, American Dairy Association, American Crop Protection Association, West Adams Heritage Association, Street Poets, Friends of El Faro, Chicago Fire Department, Korn Ferry International, KPMG Peat Marwick, Arthur D. Little, LaSalle Banks, Quaker Oats Company, McDonald’s Corporation, CNA Insurance, State Farm Insurance, Keith Clark, Cahners Publishing, Ego Magazine, Outside Magazine, and Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade.
Hilary is serves as Immediate Past President of the National Association of Women Business Owners Los Angeles Chapter (NAWBO-LA), and is an active member of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce.
Hilary was named by Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) as one of their 2015 People to Watch.
In December of 2016, Hilary graduated from the prestigious Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program.
In April of 2018, she was named President-Elect (2019) for the National Association of Women Business Owners California Chapter (NAWBOCA). In May of 2018 Hilary was appointed by Governor Brown to serve as a commissioner on the California Workforce Development Board.