A principal in Hilltop’s New York office, Kipp Hebert brings a deep background in political campaigns and consulting, with experience in advertising, advocacy, communications, media relations, research, and fundraising.
Before joining Hilltop, Kipp worked at Three Point Media for the 2012 and 2014 election cycles, producing TV, radio, and digital ads for candidates and independent expenditures in 30 states.
Previously, at the DC-based PR and public affairs firm Rational 360, he led earned media and public affairs advocacy campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, trade associations, and one of the largest charitable foundations in the world.
At Gumbinner & Davies Communications, Kipp developed and managed direct mail campaigns in 10 districts for the Iowa House Democratic Caucus, including the only Democratic pickup in the state in 2010.
Earlier that cycle, Kipp was a key member of the communications team for Joe Sestak’s upset Senate primary victory in Pennsylvania, where his research was the basis for a devastating TV spot that the Economist called “the ad that sank Mr. Specter’s campaign.”
He previously held a variety of campaign positions in Virginia, including serving as Finance Director and later Communications Director for Virginia Delegate Adam Ebbin.
Kipp graduated from Georgetown University and lives in Brooklyn, NY.