Kelvin Hill is the kind of creative leader that constantly amazes. His purpose-driven ideas have made a palpable difference for our agency, the commerce marketing industry and our communities.

So, it comes as no surprise to see the Path to Purchase Institute recognize Kelvin as part of its 2024 40 under 40 class.

We’re all lucky to have him. As Mary Drapp, Unilever’s Senior Marketing Manager, says, “Kelvin not only transforms ideas into powerful campaigns, but also cultivates an environment where innovation thrives.”

It’s that innovative mindset that has led to several award-winning campaigns over the last couple years. Like “Untold Beauty” for Unilever at Walgreens—a groundbreaking program designed to amplify multicultural voices that have historically gone unheard.

He’s also incredibly dedicated to his creative team. Claire O’Malley, one of his direct reports, shares, “Kelvin is a dream manager—he leads with compassion, wisdom, and a genuine drive to help others succeed.”

That passion continues well beyond our agency’s doors. He is currently partnering with leaders at Leo Burnett and Arc to spearhead The Pencil Project, a program to provide non-traditional pathways for the next generation of underrepresented creators. This year, Kelvin has elevated the curriculum, contributing monthly instruction, workbook materials, a live panel discussion, and client partner engagement.

And somehow, after all that, he still makes time for continued personal growth through music, fitness, and adventure pursuits. Building our clients' businesses, mentoring the next generation, uplifting underserved communities, playing the saxophone, running marathons, hang gliding...Kelvin Hill truly does it all.

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