Alex Hill

Alex Hill II, Director, brings more than 10 years of experience in media relations, special events production, celebrity talent management, and broadcast. Alex has secured coverage on behalf of clients in outlets like MSNBC, ABC News Radio, People Magazine, Forbes, The Washington Post, Healthline, Sherri Show, Women’s Health, Cosmopolitan, Billboard, USA Today, Marie Claire, The Kelly Clarkson Show, Huffington Post, TMZ, and The Washington Blade. He previously served as an Account Supervisor, leading creative development of AARP campaigns focused on the African American/Black audience from both national and local perspectives. 
Prior to ad agencies, Alex helped lead AARP’s national AA/B sponsorships bringing awareness and familiarity of the brand to partners’ audiences like Urban One Honors, NAACP, Black Health Matters, Afropunk, CIAA, The Girl Friends Inc., NNPA, Stellar Awards, Diversity Woman Media, and the Divine Nine. He’s also secured celebrity appearances with the Kennedy Center Honors, MUAHS Awards, Honda Battle of the Bands, BET Awards, Neighborhood Awards, Golden Globes, One Music Festival, RuPaul Drag Race, Tom Joyner Voyage, Essence Festival, and A Grammy Salute to 50 Years of Hip Hop.
Alex has government agency experience as a former Federal Human Capital analyst at Deloitte Consulting LLP focused on servicing the company’s FDA and DHA accounts.
Fresh out of college, he worked at Miles Ahead Entertainment within special events and public relations for accounts including Essence Festival, Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, My Black Is Beautiful, Ford Motor Company, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Hyundai Hope On Wheels, and Toyota USA. In addition, Alex has served as talent producer for the four-time Gracie winning nationally syndicated radio show, Cafe Mocha, securing an array of honorees for the signature Salute Her Awards.
At 31 years old, Alex has been named one of HuffPost Top 25 African American PR Millennials to Watch, Ofield Dukes Excellence in Public Relations Inaugural Honoree, featured in BOSSIP for National Publicist Day, and recipient of two Telly Awards as producer of the Saluting Our Culture Awards Series. Originally a native of the Detroit metropolitan area, Alex is a proud HBCU graduate of Howard University and ecstatic to return to his second home.