George A. Hill

President & CEO

George Hill has worked for the last 30 years to provide needed medical, behavioral health and social services for women, children and families. 

In 1984, he developed the first long-term, supported living shelter program for survivors of domestic violence in New York City. 

He went on to work with the Kings County District Attorney office with former U.S. Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman to develop The Family Assistance Project, New York's first treatment program for child victims of incest and their families. 

In 1987, he became Vice President for Program Services of Planned Parenthood of New York City, overseeing a clinical program that met the reproductive health needs of more than 35,000 women annually. During his time with PPNYC, he developed an access-to-care mobile medical service - Project Street Beat - that served women, men, and teens who lived and worked on New York City's streets. 

Since 1991, he has served as the President and CEO of Maine Family Planning, a private organization responsible for assuring that more than 30,000 Maine women and teens have access to affordable, high quality family planning services through a network of 47 clinic sites located in every county in the state. In 1994, he oversaw the development of the Parker Harris & Russell DeJong Center for Reproductive Health, which was created to provide abortion care and is the only training site in Northern New England for residents and physicians seeking to learn how to provide the procedure. As a result, close working relationships have been developed with family practice residencies throughout the state, the Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice Program and with the University of New England Medical School. In 2015-16, he raised private funds for and oversaw the implementation of medication abortion via telemedicine in all 18 of Maine Family Planning's health centers, making Maine just the third state in the nation to make such services available through telemedicine. 

George grew up in Washington, DC, attended George Washington University, the American College in Paris and the New School for Social Research. He has earned professional certificates from UCLA and Harvard University.