Richmond Hill Ed.D.

Dr. Richmond Hill is the Provost of the Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) Woodbridge Campus. Prior to his current role, he was the Associate Vice President of Student Support Services at NOVA, where he oversaw the offices of Access and Accommodations; Wellness and Mental Health; Financial Stability and Advocacy; Title IX; Financial Aid; and Veteran and Military Services. He previously served as a counselor, high school outreach coordinator, retention counselor, and coordinator of Student Success on the Woodbridge Campus.

Hill’s passion for mental health and student success has been the driving force throughout his career. He served as Supervisor of Secondary Counseling and Student Support Services at Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) where he also held roles as a school counselor, director of school counseling, and GED program administrator.

A 22-year Prince William County resident, Hill is a graduate of the 2023 Leadership Prince William class and has served as past-president of the Prince William Regional Counseling Association. He has also served as a member of the PWCS Career and Technical Advisory Council, PWCS Growing our Own Advisory Council, PWCS Safe Schools Advisory Council, the Greater Prince William Trauma-Informed Care Network and The Good News Community Kitchen Scholarship Committee. At the state level, he has served on the advisory board of Project Hope-Virginia, a program that ensures the enrollment, attendance and school success of children and youth experiencing homelessness.

He has also developed and implemented several successful mentoring and leadership development programs designed to foster the personal, social, and academic development of boys and men of color.

He has been honored with the Prince William County Healthy Communities, Healthy Youth Local Hero Award; the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.’s Minerva Community Service Award; Xi Alpha Lambda Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.’s Man of the Year Award; and as Counselor of the Year by both the Prince William Regional Counseling Association and the Virginia School Counseling Association. He also received the Prince William County Human Rights Commission Award.