In June 2020, Dr. Jacqueline Hill joined Florida Memorial University as Dean of the School of Education and Associate Provost for Continuing Education and Professional Studies. She has provided exceptional leadership and administrative oversight of academic programs and strategic initiatives for academic partnerships, competency-based education, digital learning landscapes, student access and success, and academic compliance. Dr. Hill has been in academic leadership since 1990 serving in various leadership roles in higher education. Over her 30 years of experience, she has served as Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, Dean of Education, Associate Dean for Outcome Assessments and Compliance, Associate Professor of Education, Science District Director, and Public Health Educator. Dr. Hill has also served as Chief Academic Officer for nonprofit organizations striving for positive youth development, college and workforce readiness, and career explorations for underserved youth. She is often described as a strategic facilitator for innovation. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Administration and Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Memphis, and a doctorate degree in Curriculum and Instructional Leadership from Vanderbilt University.
She has extensive experience with developing academic programs, curriculum, educational plans, and assessments for over 400 undergraduate and graduate programs. She has over 20 years of experience teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in educational research, curriculum development, instructional leadership, managing change, biological sciences, educational leadership, and organizational development. She has served as a research mentor and facilitated research projects resulting in academic restructuring and innovative practices. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and native of Tennessee.