International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans


International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
Vice President, Senior Communications Consultant Segal Consulting

Mr. Hillard joined the Washington Office of Segal in December 2001 as vice president, eastern region communications. He now resides in Phoenix as the west region communications practice leader. Mr. Hillard is responsible for development, design and implementation of communications strategies and initiatives for Segal multiemployer, public sector and corporate clients in Chicago, Phoenix, Denver, Minneapolis, Cleveland, San Francisco and Los Angeles. These responsibilities include all aspects of employee and management communications surrounding compensation, benefits and health care, as well as strategic planning and execution that helps clients achieve their business goals and objectives through effective communications. He also closely coordinates the involvement of Segal’s team of communications professionals with the firm’s other national company marketing activities and representation. Before joining Segal, Mr. Hillard served as a communications practice leader for Hewitt Associates. His responsibilities were focused around benefits outsourcing, plan development and administration. He also served as Hewitt’s global communications leader for corporate restructuring and change. Mr. Hillard graduated from West Point in 1975. He also has a master of science degree in systems management from the University of Southern California and a master of arts degree in English literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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