KLH & Associates is a minority-owned-and-operated multicultural executive search firm specializing in recruitment and retainment of mid-to-senior-level ethnically diverse candidates in the communications industry, among the Fortune 500 and the advertising, marketing and public relations agencies. KLH & Associates was founded by Mr. Kim L. Hunter and is headquartered in downtown Los Angeles.

Clients benefit from the firm’s established relationships and extensive network. KLH & Associates possesses authentic insight and comprehension of the business, thought leadership and a reputation for effective results. The firm works with Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, Blue Shield of California, Entergy, Northrop Grumman, Northwestern Mutual, Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE), Sony Pictures Entertainment, Starbucks, Waste Management, as well as communications consultancies Brunswick Group, Burson Cohn & Wolfe; Constituency Management Group (CMG), which comprises the following companies: Weber Shandwick Worldwide, DeVries Public Relations, Golin, Jack Morton Worldwide, Octagon, Future Brand and Rogers & Cowan; Hill+Knowlton Strategies and WE Communications. In addition, KLH & Associates provides pro bono services for the California Community Foundation (CCF), National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) and Center Theatre Group, a non- profit theatre company in Los Angeles that presents high quality productions on their three stages- Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper Forum and Kirk Douglas Theatre.

As part of our philosophy, the firm prioritizes diversity and commits to creating inclusion in the workplace. KLH & Associates is dedicated to expanding the most prominent companies in the communications field to reflect the country’s diverse population. Each search we handle is unique. It is our goal to ensure we have a thorough understanding of our clientsʼ needs and requirements. We strive to consistently exceed our clientsʼ expectations by providing adept candidates and carry out a thoughtful search process