Carol Hill: Member at Large
Carol Hill has been deeply rooted in the Tallahassee community for the last 27 years. Hill is an alumna of Florida A&M University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Theatre Performance and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. She is a member of the Tallahassee Junior League and serves as a board member for several philanthropic non-profits in Tallahassee, including Lighthouse of the Big Bend, the Meek Eaton Black Archives and the Oasis Center for Women and Girls. Hill is one of the founding members of Essential Theatrical Associates (ETA), an emerging theater company which focuses on the enrichment of the community through positive activism, bold inclusive choices, and deliberate diversity. Hill is currently employed by the Florida State University Foundation where she is appointed to the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering as Director of Development. In previous years she worked for the Small Business Development Center at Florida A&M University and the United Way of the Big Bend where she help to raise funding for their capital campaign.
Hill is still actively involved in acting both in the community and outside the community in the areas of Theatre, TV, and film. Hill’s goals with theater and acting is to continue to expose the community to the beauty of theatre and the lasting impression it can have on all that engages with it.