October 23, 2020, NEW YORK/CHICAGO – Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K), one of the world’s leading public relations firms, has appointed Greg Carlisle as Senior Vice President, Change Communication and Employee Engagement.
As a member of the U.S. Corporate Affairs Practice, Carlisle will work across all H+K sectors to develop strategies and execute plans that support clients to engage employees, navigate change and drive business performance. He will be based in Chicago.
Carlisle brings more than 25 years of experience in corporate and employee communications to his new role with H+K. Most recently, Greg served as a senior director at Gagen MacDonald, a preeminent, independent consultancy where he led transformation engagements for several Fortune 500 clients including Pfizer, Phillips 66, USAA, DuPont, Marmon and Diebold-Nixdorf. Previously, Carlisle served in communications leadership roles at Sibson & Company and Hudson Highland Group, Inc. His work has been recognized with honors from IABC, PR Week, PRSA and others.
The addition of Carlisle to the U.S. Corporate Affairs Practice continues H+K’s impressive appointments in the U.S. to support the agency’s global growth strategy, including John Gillooly as SVP, Data + Analytics, Avra Lorrimer as EVP, H+K New York, John Derryberry to lead the U.S. Technology sector and Chris Baszto to lead Digital Planning + Optimization.
About Hill+Knowlton Strategies
Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Inc. is an international communications consultancy, providing services to local, multinational and global clients. H+K has over 80 offices in more than 40 markets, as well as an extensive associate network, delivering award winning campaigns to clients across all sectors and disciplines and with a focus on continued innovation for the industry. Recent innovations include Flight School +, a crisis communications training and simulation tool, Better Impact™, a new approach to citizenship and sustainability consultancy, and H+K Smarter™, a behavioral science unit. Headquartered in New York, the firm is part of WPP, one of the world’s largest communications services groups.