Date(s) - 15/11/2018
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
November 15, 2018 – 12:00pm -2:00pm
Signature Grand – Davie FL
20/20 Vision: A focused movement to elevate women on boards to 20% by 2020
Join us for an afternoon of networking and stimulating dialogue to learn first-hand the journey to the boardroom. Our distinguished speaker, Janet Hill, will share her successes and insights from her service on corporate boards, including Dean Foods, Inc., Carlyle Group and Esquire Bank, as well as non-profit boards such as The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. In addition, Mrs. Hill is a former chair of the Women’s Campaign Fund, the only bipartisan national PAC raising money for women running for federal, state, and local offices.
Non Members: $100.00
Meet the Speaker
Janet Hill is a principal with Hill Family Advisors in Fairfax, Virginia. She previously was
owner and vice president of Alexander & Associates, Inc., a corporate consulting firm in
Washington, D.C., providing corporate planning, advice, and analyses to directors,
executives, and managers in the areas of human resource planning, corporate
responsibility, corporate communications, and government consultation. Formerly, she
was special assistant to the Secretary of the Army and a research mathematician for a
consulting firm serving the United States Navy. She has also taught mathematics at the
high school and collegiate levels.
Mrs. Hill received a bachelor of arts from Wellesley College in 1969, and a master of arts
in mathematics from the University of Chicago Graduate School in 1972.
Mrs. Hill is a member of the corporate boards of Dean Foods, Inc., Carlyle Group and
Esquire Bank. She has non-profit board affiliations with The John F. Kennedy Center for
the Performing Arts appointed by President Obama and Wolf Trap Foundation for the
Performing Arts. In addition, Mrs. Hill is a former chairwoman of the Women’s Campaign
Fund, the only bipartisan national PAC raising money for women running for federal,
state, and local offices.
Elected to the Duke University Board of Trustees in 2006, Mrs. Hill serves on the
Undergraduate Education Committee, the Governance Committee, The Future of Central
Campus Task Force, and chairs the Committee on Honorary Degrees.
Mrs. Hill served as a member of the Board of Visitors of the Fuqua School of Business at
Duke. She and her husband, Calvin, chaired the Parents Committee in the early 1990s
when their son, Grant, was a Duke undergraduate. The Hills reside in Great Falls,