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Andy Hilton

Andy Hilton is chief communications officer for GAF, responsible for internal and external communications, community engagement, and crisis and issues management. He is also responsible for designing and leading the company’s corporate responsibility program with the intention of maximizing social impact while growing the business.

 
 
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