About The Hill Street Group

The Hill Street Group opened to help small business and non-profits expand their reach and effectiveness. We work with leaders to make sure verbal and written presentations match the product or cause. Since 2016, we have  worked with companies, non-profit organizations, and economic leaders to improve communications, messaging, capacity building and strategic decision making. We work with our clients to empower confidence, skills and structures to deliver effective messages. 

 

We are always interested in having a conversation to see if we can meet your needs. Please schedule an introductory conversation to learn more.

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Pamela Lippitt

About Pamela Lippitt

 

After a 30 year career in sales, marketing and non-profit leadership, Pamela Lippitt is using her voice and skills to help others succeed. She helps people maximize their voice, creating confident, savvy leaders.

Pam started her first business at age 14, turning her passion for art into a revenue stream. In her first post-college job, Pam ran a 6 state region of a national youth group. She is honored to call many of those "kids" still among her closest friends. Pam opened Mail-Eze, a direct mailing services company in 1986. In most years she was head of sales, marketing, design, supply chain management, and fulfillment.

In 2010, Pam returned to the non-profit world as Executive Director of The Michigan Israel Business Bridge and The MIBB Educational Foundation. For 6 years, Pam led a growing organization giving it a prominent voice in both Michigan and Israel. She served on Automation Alley’s International Advisory Committee, the Michigan Economic Development’s Global Michigan Initiative. Ann Arbor Spark’s Foreign Direct Investment Committee. She traveled to Israel to share the vision of partnership and Michigan transforming from the auto capital to the mobility capital. She began working with Israeli start-ups, introducing them to potential partners here in Michigan.

Pam is a native Detroiter and understands the importance of giving back to her community. She has served on a variety of community boards including Tamarack Camps, Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit (JFMD) and Women’s Philanthropy. She is a founding member and past president of the Detroit Chapter of the American Friends of Alyn Hospital, in Israel, and is a National Board member of the organization.

Pam is proud to be a volunteer mentor for the Ann Arbor Spark Entrepreneurship Bootcamp and an "Ask an Expert" marketing mentor for TechTown, part of Wayne State University.

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