Social Snapshot: Marlon Hill
The lawyer, commentator and civic leader speaks to us in his own words
Marlon Hill is a partner at the law firm of Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel and has over 22 years of experience in corporate, intellectual property and government transactions law. Hill is a past president of the Caribbean Bar Association and presently serves as a board member of the Miami Parking Authority. Hill is a recent member of the boards of the Orange Bowl Committee, Miami Book Fair International and a trustee Vice Chair of the Miami Foundation. Hill is one of the Inaugural Fellows in the Miami Foundation’s Miami Fellows Initiative.
Hill is a weekly commentator on WMAN 1210AM and an op-ed writer for the Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel covering civic, legal and cultural issues. He has served as a recurring contributor to WPLG Local 10’s “This Week in South Florida” Roundtable.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Hill has been featured in the Daily Business Review as one of the “outstanding members of the emerging generation of South Florida business and professional leaders.” He is a past recipient of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Bill Colson Leadership Award (2016), M. Athalie Range Foundation, Bridge Builder Award (2012) and the inaugural Miami Foundation Ruth Shack Community Leadership Award (2010).
Hill has business and law degrees from Florida State University, where he met his wife Carla of 21 years. He is a candidate for the Miami-Dade County Commission, District 9.