Dr. Ali Hill is a business leader, Sociologist, and mom. She works with individuals and groups to harness the power of authenticity and empathy to establish successful businesses, thriving communities, and happy families.

Over the past two decades, Dr. Hill has run non-profit organizations and private businesses. She has designed, written, and delivered curricula, workshops, and trainings in the private and public sectors.

A sought-after speaker, Dr. Hill’s unique style combines her academic scholarship and business knowledge to produce presentations and programming that address the complex and ever-changing nature of human relationships.

To support parents and families, Dr. Hill created and launched an e-learning platform with her debut course, “Painless Parenting: How To Stop Screaming, Start Talking, and Connect with Your Teen & Tween.”

Dr. Ali Hill graduated from Tufts University with a BA (magna cum laude) in Spanish and Women’s Studies.  She holds a Master of Public Administration degree from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, with a concentration in Non-Profit Business Management.  She earned a PhD in Sociology from The Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY).  Her doctoral research focused on young women ages 14-17 and their experiences with self-presentation, impression management, and aggression on Facebook.

Dr. Hill and her husband live with their two children, dog, and turtle in Denver, Colorado.

“Dr. Ali is always available for guidance and is a good listener. I gained from her expertise and connections in so many areas, including her knowledge and experience with academia, technology, data capture and evaluation, community connections, and funding.  She has a wealth of information as well about the substantive programming topics.  Ali mentors others to help them embrace a new and more effective leadership approach.  She is fearless and is willing to take on any task or initiative. She is intelligent, sizes up situations quickly, and then has a range of ideas to apply in even the toughest of management situations.”

Debbie MacKillop, MA, LPC, JD

Older Adult and Intergenerational Programs, Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center