Tina Hill was named the Executive Drector of Athletics in the spring of 2018.
Hill has spent the past 28 years in the field of NCAA Division III athletics. In addition to Virginia Wesleyan University, she has worked at Cornell College, California Lutheran University, Elizabethtown College and most recently Randolph College. As the Randolph College Athletics Director, she coordinated the daily operations and long-term objectives of the school's 19-sport intercollegiate athletics program.
Prior to Randolph, she served for five years as the director of athletics at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa. As the college's first full-time athletics director, she was responsible for the complete administration of 17 NCAA varsity sports and the intramural program. She served as the associate director of athletics at California Lutheran University from 1997-2002, assisting with the administration of the university's 15-sport athletics program. She worked at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania from 1990-1997, beginning her career as an intern before eventually serving as the associate director of athletics and as a staff instructor in physical education during her final four years at the college.
Hill received her B.S. in physical education from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and her M.S. in sports management from the University of Richmond. As an undergraduate at Wisconsin-Stevens Point, she was a two-time, first-team, all-conference volleyball player and earned academic honors including The Chancellor's Leadership Award and the Outstanding Female Athlete Award.
She is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and has served on various NCAA and conference committees—including a term as the chair of the NCAA Division III Women's Volleyball Committee. She currently serves on the NCAA Division III Financial Aid Committee and as chair of the ODAC Board of Directors.