Circus Forum: Hill Holliday
David Banta, Creative Director, and Dorothy Urlich, SVP/Director of Creative Operations of Hill Holliday with be the featured guests this Friday at Circus Forum. Though the two won’t be leaving Boston until later this week, you can get to know them a little better through their bios below.
David is an EVP/Executive Creative Director at Hill Holliday. He oversees Cadillac, Dunkin Donuts, Chili’s and Capella University. Prior to working at Hill, David was an Associate Creative Director at Crispin Porter Bogusky where he worked on VW, Burger King, Miller Lite, Shimano and Giro. He’s also had stints in both San Francisco
Dorothy Urlich is Hill Holliday’s Director of Creative Operations. She is passionate about the creative product, and with her responsibilities for creative recruiting and management, she helps make the work and the agency better each day. She loves the role of finding and matching the perfect talent for the agency, getting the right people on the right assignments and discovering unknown talent from around the country. Dorothy co-founded and helps curate Hill Holliday’s agency art and serves on the agency’s Diversity and Inclusion Council.
Prior to Hill Holliday, Dorothy has always been a champion of great creative, maintaining close relationships with a national network of award winning talent. She has held just about every creative services role throughout her career: traffic manager, art buyer, print producer, broadcast producer, designer and marketing communications director. Previous positions include Director of Production at Mullen, and Director of Creative Services and Pagano, Schenck and Kay. She also enjoyed a stop on the client side at Fidelity Investments. Dorothy currently serves on the Corporate Advisory Board of the Massachusetts College of Art.
Our guests from Hill Holliday will take the stage in the Carol Vick Bynum Theatre this Friday, August 30th, at 1:30PM. Follow @creative_circus on Twitter and search the hashtag #CircusForum to follow the live-tweeting of the event.