Bonnie G. Hill is President of B. Hill Enterprises, LLC. In this role, Hill leads a consulting firm focusing on corporate governance and board organizational and public policy issues. Hill is also Co-Founder of Icon Blue, a brand marketing company.
Hill has held a variety of presidential appointments, including Vice-Chair of the Postal Rate Commission and Assistant Secretary in the U.S. Department of Education under President Reagan, and as special adviser to President George H. W. Bush for Consumer Affairs.
Hill was honored with the “2015 B. Kenneth West Lifetime Achievement Award” by the National Association of Corporate Directors, acknowledged by the NACD as one of America’s most influential people in Corporate Governance in 2010.
Hill holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mills College, a Master of Science degree from California State University, Hayward, and a Doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley.