Coleman Hill, Ph.D.
Dr. Hill has been involved in virtually every aspect of child welfare and family preservation for nearly 20 years,including case management for abused, neglected and/or abandoned children and their families, high profile foster teens with extreme mental health issues and histories of sexual/substance abuse and delinquency, and sexually abused small children, direct supervision/mentoring of management and staff, and liaison with community providers and partners. He is now semi-retired, working as a Family Support Worker for the Devereux Foundation. He remains active in his church and holds various positions within the scope of community needs and development.
He obtained his B.A. from University of Tampa, an M.A. in administration from the University of the Virgin Islands where he worked for 25 years, and a PhD in Policy Analysis from the University of Illinois. Additional graduate work was completed at UC (Berkeley), Northeastern University and the University of South Florida.
He has served on numerous boards including United Cerebral Palsy, the Stand Up Foundation for the Disabled, and the Red Cross. He has been recognized locally and nationally for his efforts, remains active in the community and continues to work with local civic and charitable organizations.