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HLG Adds Six
Six new employees recently joined HLG at the Associate and Senior Associate levels across four of the firm’s offices.
HLG Expands to Geneva
With the hiring of Mario Ottiglio, an experienced leader in international public affairs, the expansion will position HLG to enhance its services for the growing global needs of its clients.
Seeking New Design Talent
We are looking to fill two positions in our growing design function: Design Director and Designer.
New Address in New York
High Lantern Group’s New York office has moved to a new and larger office space in Midtown East Manhattan.
Two New Hires
Director Susan Wile Schwarz and Senior Associate Patrick Derocher have joined the HLG team.
New Office in Los Angeles
High Lantern Group’s Los Angeles office has moved to a new, larger office space in the heart of Old Town Pasadena.
DC Office Adds One
Veteran communicator Brooks Kenny has joined the DC office as a Senior Consultant.
HLG Adds Three
High Lantern Group continues to grow in both talent and capabilities with the addition of three new team members in September.
New Office in Philadelphia
We've officially opened our newest office in Philadelphia in order to be situated in the heart of the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry.
Creative Team Expands
High Lantern Group’s growing creative team has added two new members: Design Director Jessica Kemp and Associate Design Director Ben Westhoven.
4th Summer Associate Program Kicks Off
HLG welcomed four summer associates, who will begin a three-month immersion in the world of strategic positioning and public affairs.
Blackrock Interview with Mike Hodin
Chip Castille shares a unique conversation with Global Coalition on Aging expert Mike Hodin and discusses how living longer is changing retirement—and everything else.
Mike Hodin at Milken
Hodin was a speaker at the Milken Institute Global Conference, on the topic of Next Century Cities. Hodin made the case for rethinking our approach to urban planning to accommodate the opportunities of longer living populations.