Our People

Philippe G. Hills

Senior Consultant & Principal


The University of Tampa, B.A.
George Washington University, M.P.A.


Hampton Falls, New Hampshire

Clients Served

Phil joined the firm in 2011 with more than 20 years of advancement experience with particular expertise in health sciences and higher education. Prior to coming to Marts & Lundy, he served three years as the Executive Vice President for Development at the Livestrong Foundation. During his tenure there, he created the first comprehensive development plan, built the first major gifts team and helped develop new licensing and corporate partner programs, which generated more than $20 million in guaranteed revenue.

Prior to his work at the foundation, Phil served as Vice President for Development at Emory University’s Woodruff Health Sciences Center and as Associate Dean for Development for the School of Medicine where he implemented the university’s first comprehensive grateful patient giving program. He led Emory’s $1 billion health sciences campaign for programmatic and capital support including a new medical education building, pediatrics clinic and a comprehensive strategic re-development of clinical and research facilities across two campuses.

He also served as Director of Development and Alumni Affairs at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business; Director of Major Gifts at George Washington University School of Business and Public Management and as Executive Director of the University of Tampa Alumni Association.

Partial List of Clients Served
Alzheimer’s Association
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, OH
Geisinger Hospital, PA
George Mason University
Imperial College London
Medical College of Wisconsin
Medical University of South Carolina
Melanoma Research Foundation, DC
National Museum of Natural History (NMNH)
National Portrait Gallery
National Zoological Park
Promedica Healthcare
Rutgers University, NJ
Smithsonian Institution, DC
TGen-Translational Genomics Research Institute, AZ
Tulane University, LA
University of Aberdeen
University at Buffalo, NY
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Vidant Medical Center Foundation