Hilary earned an MBA in marketing from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business and a BA in Communications at UC Berkeley. Thereafter, she spent 15 years on Madison Avenue in marketing and advertising for global luxury brands and Fortune 100 companies. This background enriches every property representation and client relationship. With nearly 20 years of experience, Hilary is a skilled negotiator and holds the GRI Designation from the Graduate Realtor Institute, one of the industry’s most rigorous and recognized designations. She is also a member of ProVisors, a highly collaborative community and network of business professionals. In 2014, Hilary partnered with Joyce Rey, an internationally recognized industry leader. Joyce has set sales records for more than 40 years representing distinguished properties. The powerhouse Joyce Rey Team is a well-known brand in luxury real estate. Hilary, Joyce and the entire team are innovators, specifically in the implementation of digital technology to represent clients at an exceptional level. As a valuable member of this multi-billion dollar team, Hilary holds herself to the highest standards of a trusted advisor and enjoys helping clients realize their residential dreams. Raised in Little Holmby, Hilary has a passion for design, architectural history and historic preservation. She has lectured on historic preservation issues and historic home ownership; she holds a Historic Property Specialist designation from the National Trust For Historic Preservation. She supports the National Trust for Historic Preservation as well as the LA Conservancy and the Institute of Classical Art & Architecture. Hilary is privileged to represent the finest homes and work with leading entrepreneurs, executives and artists, explaining, “I am so grateful to have a second career where I can utilize my extensive marketing and business background, as well as be affiliated with the creative worlds of architecture and interior design.” An alumna of Brentwood School, she believes deeply in the obligation to give back. She supports ASPCA, the Big Life Foundation, and UC Berkeley (Charter Hill Society), The Alzheimer’s Association and is proud to be a Cor Vitae Society member of the American Heart Association, two diseases that have impacted her family deeply.