Bibi Hilton (pictured) told PRWeek she is taking a few months off to spend time with her daughter before deciding her next move. This is her last week at IPG.
Hilton announced she was stepping down as Golin managing director in 2019, having spent 13 years at the agency, including five years leading the London office. Since then, she has been global engagement director for Unilever at Interpublic Group.
Hilton, who is also a former president of Women in PR, was credited for overseeing the immplementation of a several progressive employment policies during her time at Golin, including the 'Golin B&B' scheme to house new interns rent-free.
Helen Bell, chief operating officer, Team Unilever, at IPG, said: “We would like to thank Bibi for her contributions to IPG over the past 15 years, first as managing director of Golin and more recently on Team Unilever, in particular her leadership in the DE&I space. We are very sad to see her go but we wish her all the best with her plans for the future."
Hilton said: “A huge thank you to IPG and Golin for 15 brilliant years working with the best and brightest people in the business on so many incredible projects – many happy and funny memories to take with me. I will miss everyone and the ups and downs of agency life greatly, but am excited to make a change and see what the future brings."
In March 2020, Golin announced the appointment of Ondine Whittington as its London group managing director – a role that oversees the leadership of Golin and its healthcare arm, Virgo Health.