With over 20 years of organizational development, human resources, negotiations, and communications experience in public, private, and nonprofit sector leadership roles, Christine Hill brings a unique and progressive perspective to the process and field of community leadership and teambuilding. Christine has expertise, knowledge, and success in:
Christine has been a City Alderman and Mayor, Chairman of the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewage District Commission as well as Director of Human Resources and Organizational Development in public sector and private manufacturing environments. Her clients have included private, nonprofit, and public sector organizations with an interest in developing processes to promote collaboration among their stakeholders.
Christine has been a participant in Marquette University's Community Transformation Project, and a volunteer consultant for the Milwaukee Non-Profit Center. Christine taught Small Group Communication and Communication and Conflict at Carroll University, Business Communications to MBA students at UW-M and currently teaches Leadership, Teambuilding, and Effective Management to graduate students across the campus through UW-M's Lubar School of Business. She has won awards for her teaching in both courses.