Elizabeth Hill, Adjunct Faculty

Elizabeth Hill, MFA, is an educator, graphic/interactive designer, and fine artist, whose numerous honors include awards from Communication Arts, The Art Directors Club of New York, the American Advertising Federation (Addys), and Print Regional Design Annuals. She is the Assistant Dean for Communication Design at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA), Alexandria campus, and teaches both print and interactive design. She has also taught at the Corcoran College of Art + Design.

Prior to teaching full-time, Hill was a Vice President/Creative Director at Ten United, one of the country’s top 100 independent advertising agencies. She was also a founding partner of Altman Meder Lawrence Hill, a Florida-based agency whose national reputation for creative design attracted clients such as GTE, Johnson & Johnson Medical, the St. Petersburg Times, the State of Florida, Busch Gardens and numerous public service firms.

Hill’s fine art work is represented nationally in many private collections and has been part of numerous group shows and invitationals, including, ARTPrize, From Sketchbook to Suspension at St. Johns College Mitchell Gallery, the Adkins Arboretum Outdoor Sculpture Invitational, and Articulation at Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center. A recipient of a Montgomery County Public Arts Trust Project Grant, Hill received her B.A. in Fine Arts / Graphic Design from the University of Florida and her M.F.A. in studio art at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). She teaches Interactive Marketing/Advertising.