Dr. Jacqueline Hill currently serves as the Associate Provost of Academic Affairs for Miami Dade College. In this role, she provides leadership and administrative oversight of academic programs and strategic initiatives for academic partnerships, access, success, and quality. She is often described as a strategic facilitator for innovations. Dr. Hill has been in academic leadership since 1990 serving in various leadership roles in higher education. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health Administration, Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction, and a doctorate degree in Curriculum and Leadership from Vanderbilt University. She has extensive experience in program development and assessments of various undergraduate and graduate programs. In order to support faculty productivity and innovations, Dr. Hill has served as a mentor for service learning projects and conducted numerous professional development opportunities spanning from primary education to post-graduate education. She has over 15 years of collegiate level teaching experience with graduate and undergraduate courses in biological sciences, curriculum, educational leadership and organizational policy development. She has served as a research mentor and facilitated research projects resulting in organizational and academic restructuring.