Jack Hill is a nationally recognized diversity consultant, facilitator, educator, writer and child advocate. He has given a number of presentations, and workshops, at conferences locally and internationally, and has offered consultation to schools and organizations nationwide in the areas of multicultural education, diversity, equity, social justice and organizational culture.
His articles and talks on race, education, religion and diversity have appeared in The Baltimore Sun, Black Issues Book Review, NPR, ABC, Chicago Tribune, The Afro American Newspaper, WashingtonPost.com, Urbanite Magazine, The Chicago Defender and other media. In addition, he is a contributor to the book, A Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys (Corwin Press) and the book Diversity Work in Independent Schools: The Practice and The Practitioner, a publication of the National Association of Independent Schools.
Jack holds degrees from, Frostburg State University in Cumberland Maryland, Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, and Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT.