Corey G. Hill is a 2009 graduate from Oklahoma City University with a BA in Political Science and began his career in Student Affairs at OCU the same year. He led the initiative to create the Center for Student Leadership and collaborated with the University community to develop its programming. The Center focuses on co-curricular transformative learning opportunities and is also responsible for the University’s civic engagement programming.
Also at OCU, Corey advises the Interfraternity Council, assists with implementation of New Student Orientation and First Year Experience programming, manages the web-based student engagement platform, coordinates updates to the Student Affairs website, and serves as a first responder for student emergencies.
Outside of OCU, Corey serves his fraternity as district president for the state of Oklahoma, and develops programs to improve chapter operations across the nation. He is also a member of the community leadership organization Leadership Oklahoma City and volunteers every week at Positive Tomorrows, school for homeless children, coordinating an afterschool leadership program.
Corey is a member of the inaugural class of Certified Facilitators for The Student Leadership Challenge. He serves as a higher education consultant and beta tester for the well-researched and proven leadership model.