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Hillary Billingsley


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Hillary is the Chief Revenue Officer at ThingLink, the leading provider of interactive image technology for publishers, brands, and individual content providers. She is responsible for managing the revenue strategy and heading sales across all business streams with a focus on publisher and brand relationships. Recent client acquisitions include Conde Nast, Federated Media, and AERIN.

Before joining ThingLink, Hillary was the Senior Director of Marketing & Sponsorships at Newsweek Daily Beast, where she was responsible for cultivating corporate sponsors for the company’s tent pole event, Women in the World. Before managing sponsorships, Hillary served as the Marketing Director for the print and digital properties operated by the Newsweek Daily Beast Company.

Prior to her tenure at Newsweek Daily Beast, Hillary honed her ad sales/marketing skills at the Meredith Corporation, where she was a Senior Marketing Manager for Ladies’ Home Journal, and at Food & Wine magazine, a division of American Express Publishing.

Hillary is an alumnus of Georgetown University, where she majored in English and received a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude. While at Georgetown, Hillary was the food critic for The Hoya and a recipient of the Edward S. Bunn Award for Journalistic Excellence.

A native New Yorker, Hillary attended The Spence School in Manhattan for 12 years and remains active in the Alumnae Association, currently serving as a representative for her class's upcoming 15th Reunion. She is also active with Georgetown having been a member of the Young Alumnae committee in New York City, the John Carroll Awards planning committee in New York City, and, currently, a member of the New York City chapter of Georgetown’s Entertainment and Media Alliance.
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