Andy Hilger recently completed a 25-year career with Allegis Group, his last six years serving as the president of the $15 billion global staffing and services company. Hilger was responsible for driving alignment and growth across a network of specialized companies.

He speaks on a range of topics, including digital transformation, the future of work, leadership, AI, change management, analytics, and the role businesses should play in reshaping our world. Known for his versatility and strong work ethic, Hilger spearheaded Allegis Group’s digital transformation strategy, leveraging partnerships, state-of-the-art technology, data and analytics to create unparalleled experiences for customers. Hilger has a passion for driving innovative cultures that create opportunity for team members and customers. Prior to his role as president, Hilger served as chief information officer, vice president of strategy, and held a number of leadership roles across the operating companies.

He holds a Master’s degree from Temple University and a Bachelor’s from the University of Notre Dame. Upon graduation from Notre Dame, Hilger spent a year as a full-time volunteer for the Northeast Ohio Boys Hope house after which he worked as a Residential Counselor for an additional year. He currently serves on the board of Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore. He resides in Ellicott City with his wife, Jennifer and their dog, Leo. He is the father of twin daughters, Jane and Sophia, and a son, Henry.