Dr. Hill is an independent consultant and the former Vice President of Innovation Policy, Global Policy at Pfizer. She is a member of external advisory boards of the Multiregional Clinical Trials Center at Harvard and Brigham and Womens’ Hospital and Vivli. Her work at Pfizer addressed anti-microbial resistance, unmet policy needs in clinical trials, compassionate access, oncology, and vaccines.
Prior to joining Pfizer, as a director of the International Center for the Disabled she helped secure passage of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act. As a former leader of the March of Dimes in NYC, she worked to advanced maternal and infant health by advocating for expanded Medicaid coverage.
Holding a Ph.D. in Speech Science from Columbia University, she earned an MIT Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Business Strategies. She is a published author and graduate of the Executive Program, Columbia University Graduate School of Business and the Harvard Business School Pfizer Leadership Development Program.