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Bonnie G. Hill

Bonnie G. HillAKA Henrietta Brazelton

Born: 30-Oct-1941
Birthplace: Springfield, IL

Gender: Female
Religion: Baptist
Race or Ethnicity: Black
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: VP of Times Mirror Co., 1997-2001

Bonnie G. Hill serves as a board member for several Fortune 500 companies.

Prior to four years as Dean of the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia (1993-96), Hill was a cabinet member serving California Governor Pete Wilson and Director of the U.S. Office of Consumer Affairs in the George H.W. Bush administration. She later chaired the Consumer Affairs Advisory Board at the SEC.

Husband: Walter Hill, Jr.

    High School: McClymonds High School, Oakland, CA
    University: Mills College, Oakland, CA (1974)
    University: MA Educational Psychology, California State University Hayward
    University: PhD Education, University of California at Berkeley
    Administrator: Dean, McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia (1992-96)

    Times Mirror Co. Senior VP of the Los Angeles Times (1997-2001)
    Member of the Board of AK Steel Holding (1994-)
    Member of the Board of Albertson's
    Member of the Board of California Water Service Group
    Member of the Board of ChoicePoint (2001-)
    Member of the Board of Hershey (1993-2007)
    Member of the Board of Home Depot (1999-)
    Member of the Board of Yum! Brands (2003-)
    George W. Bush for President
    United Way Greater Los Angeles
    Urban League Los Angeles
    Hollywood Entertainment Museum Board of Directors (1999-)


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