Libby Gill spent 15 years heading Public Relations and Corporate Communications as Vice-president at Universal Studios, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Turner Broadcasting.
Libby worked as Vice-president of Publicity, Advertising and Promotion at Sony before moving on to Turner Broadcasting, and served in a creative capacity as Vice-president of Television Programming and Development for Universal Studios, working on syndicated talk and reality shows. She was instrumental in creating the comprehensive media launch that catapulted Dr. Phil to the highest ratings in daytime television since the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Libby is most proud of having guided many professionals to career success. Her former staff members now hold senior management positions at CBS Entertainment, ESPN, Universal, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Sony, Disney/ABC and many other organizations. Her coaching clients have also achieved great success in transitioning from one industry to another, climbing the corporate ladder and launching non-profit or entrepreneurial ventures.
She founded Libby Gill & Company in 2000, her own consulting firm. Libby's client list includes Microsoft, Pfizer, Lycos, Sprint, Capital One, Deloitte & Touche, Hewlett-Packard, The Boeing Company, Triad Hospitals, Healthcare Businesswomen's Association, International Association of Administrative Professionals, Cadbury Schweppes, PitneyBowes, State Farm, Financial Women International, Andrews-Kurth Legal, and more.
She has shared her success strategies on the Today Show, The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, CNN, NPR, Oprah & Friends Radio Network, Fox News, CBS Early Show, Time Magazine, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, O Magazine, Good Housekeeping, and many more.
With a focus on igniting bold leadership at all levels of the organization, Libby delivers keynote addresses and training programs for companies desiring to create a culture of accountability and excellence even in times of uncertainty. Her proven Clarify, Simplify & Execute process inspires individuals and organizations to maximize their leadership skills.