Fred Hill, a lifelong DC area resident (Cathedral Heights, Shaw, and currently Penn Quarter), is a business owner and entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience in project management and corporate governance. A member of the Chickasaw Tribe, he is the founder and president of the Hill Group, a Native-American owned small business. Since 1998, the Hill Group has provided services to public- and private-sector clients in strategic planning and technical assistance, integrated marketing and communications, and logistics management, with a focus on public health, minority health and health disparities.
In the District of Columbia, he has personally experienced the dramatic changes the city has undergone over the last few decades, and he has created several projects as a developer, gaining direct experience with the Board of Zoning and Adjustments and with the District’s zoning, land use, housing, and building regulations.
In addition, Mr. Hill served as the Director of Finance and member of the Board of Directors for the DC Chapter of the Entrepreneurs Organization. He is the founder of The Hill Foundation, a nonprofit organization that addresses health disparities at a community level. Previously, Mr. Hill was a founding partner in a communications firm based in Beijing, China. He is a skilled project manager with broad experience in planning, budgeting, and implementation. Mr. Hill has a BA in Economics from the University of Arizona and studied Chinese Language at Beijing University in China. Mr. Hill currently serves on the DC Board Zoning Adjustment and the Board of Leadership Greater Washington.