Board Vice Chair

Coretta Kimberly Hill has more than 20 years of experience in non-profit management, currently serving as vice president of the Jacksonville Public Education Fund where her role is to drive the organization’s program strategy. Coretta’s professional expertise spans strong strategic planning, organizational management, fundraising and communication competencies. 

Coretta previously served more than 18 years with the United Way, including United Ways of Southwest Georgia in Albany and Northeast Florida in Jacksonville, and three years with the March of Dimes in Buffalo, NY. She earned a Masters of Public Administration degree in Non-Profit Management from Albany State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications from Fort Valley State University. She is a member of the 2019 Leadership Jacksonville Class, a community coach with the Nonprofit Center for Northeast Florida. Coretta serves on the board of directors for Changing Homelessness, Inc. and is an active member of Excel Church in Jacksonville.