CEO, Gay Men's Health Crisis; Queens, New York
Dr. Marjorie J. Hill is the Chief Executive Officer of Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC), the nation's oldest AIDS service and advocacy organization. She proudly served a seven-year plus term on the Board of GMHC, as Co-Chair. Dr. Hill previously served as GMHC's Managing Director for Community Health where she had responsibility for the Women's Institute, the Institute for Gay Men's Health (IGMH) and coordination of agency wide community level health promotion initiatives.
Prior to her tenure at GMHC, Dr Hill was the Assistant Commissioner for the Bureau of HIV/AIDS at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH). Dr. Hill formerly served as a Commissioner for the New York State Workers' Compensation Board and as Director of the NYC Mayor's Office for the Lesbian and Gay Community in the Dinkins' Administration.
A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Hill has consulted and lectured on issues of cultural diversity, HIV/AIDS in communities of color, conflict resolution, organizational devolvement and homophobia. Dr. Hill has also served on the Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, the New York Civil Liberties Union, The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and as chair of the Thirteen/WNET Community Advisory Board. Dr. Hill currently serves on the board of the Public Health Association of New York, is a Senior Advisor to the HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Research, Columbia University and on the Editorial Board of POZ magazine.
Dr. Hill received her in BA in Psychology from Adelphi University in 1977. She went onto earn her MA at the Institute of Advanced Psychologist Studies in 1979 and her PhD in 1981 at Adelphi University. She lives with her partner in Queens, NY.