Sam Hill, Ed.D.

Dr. Sam Hill is retired after serving as the provost for the Woodbridge Campus of Northern Virginia Community College, a position he held since 2005.  Prior to joining the Woodbridge Campus of NOVA, Dr. Hill served at community colleges in Texas and Illinois.

Dr. Hill has a history of community involvement.  He served as a commissioner on the Prince William County Future 2030 Commission, the Board of Directors for the Prince William Chamber of Commerce, the Board of Directors for Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center, and the Greater Manassas/Prince William Center for the Arts.  He currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Manassas Ballet Theater, and the Potomac Health Foundation.  He is also a member of the Lake Ridge Rotary Club, a 2007 FBI Citizens Academy graduate at Quantico, a 2013 graduate of the Lead Virginia program, and most recently, a 2016 graduate of the Prince William County Citizens Police Academy.

Dr. Hill’s educational background includes a doctorate in higher education administration from Texas Tech University (Lubbock), master degree in counseling the deaf and hearing impaired from Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. and a bachelor degree in economics from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas.  He attended elementary and high school in Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

Dr. Hill is married to Lillian who is also a graduate of Gallaudet University, and Spellman College (Atlanta, Ga). Lillian is a retired pre-school teacher with Fairfax County Public Schools. They have one daughter, Lisa, who works as a massage therapist in Kankakee, IL.