Dr. Marjorie J. Hill is the Chief Executive Officer of Joseph Addabbo Health Center, Inc. With over 20 years of executive leadership in the nonprofit sector, Dr. Hill is a proven leader in the field of HIV/AIDS. She was the longest-tenured CEO and most successful fundraiser at GMHC, the oldest AIDS provider in the world. A licensed clinical psychologist and former New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation administrator, Dr. Hill has extensive experience in organization leadership and hospital management. A proud Queens resident, she relishes the opportunity to participate in local community and youth development activities.
Dr. Hill currently serves as Governor Andrew Cuomo’s designated Chair of the NYS AIDS Advisory Council. She has held myriad leadership positions, including vice chair of the NYS Workers’ Compensation Board (Governor Mario Cuomo), director of the NYC Mayor’s Office for the Lesbian and Gay Community (Mayor David Dinkins) and assistant commissioner for HIV/AIDS (Mayor Michael Bloomberg). At the NYC Department of Health, she managed a $400M portfolio citywide support services. Dr. Hill is particularly proud of her tenure as president of the Association of Black Psychologists and her contributions to the development of the Unity Fellowship Church Movement.
Dr. Hill has extensive board and advocacy expertise, including the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, North Star Fund, New York Civil Liberties Union and on the international front, Mothers2mothers in South Africa. A frequent presenter at national conferences and symposia, Dr. Hill has several publications on cultural diversity, mental health issues and HIV/AIDS. Committed to public service, Dr. Hill is the recipient of numerous community service awards, including NAACP Trail Blazer, Queens Power Woman and NYS Black and Puerto Rican Caucus Outstanding Leadership awards.