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012 with Career Development Coach in Academia, Dr. Loren M. Hill

Season 1, Ep. 12
Today's guest on the EdTech Speaks podcast is Dr. Loren M. Hill. Our listeners will benefit from hearing of her experience while finding her way and navigating the sharp corners in higher education. As she gained confidence in her abilities and invited others to join her in pursuing career advancement, she learned how resilient she was. Which ultimately resulted in promotions and administrative appointments. Her parting words of wisdom are, "Look for support and it will find you, you don't have to go at it alone!"Dr. Hill is an experienced academician. She recently joined Union Institute and University’s newly created division of Transformation and Strategic Alliances as their first faculty hire. Tasked with developing and managing Union’s continuing education courses and workshops, she diligently is overcoming challenges daily.Previously she held the position of Director of the Forensic Psychology Post-Baccalaureate Certificates Program at Fielding Graduate University. Before that appointment, Dr. Hill was the Department Chair and Director of the Forensic Training Institute in the Clinical Forensic Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles Campus. During her tenure, she oversaw mental health training, research, and community outreach in clinical forensic psychology. Additionally, she identified and built relationships to provide underserved and under-resourced community members with information about the importance of mental health and mental wellness. Over the years, Dr. Hill has been recognized for her professional contributions. She was named the 2018 Antioch Alumnus of the Year, and in 2017 she received the prestigious Institute on Violence Abuse and Trauma (IVAT) Community Volunteer of the Year Award for demonstrating strong leadership in promoting IVAT by engaging students, faculty, and community members.Leadership is a priority for Dr. Hill. She is a 2019 Feminist Academic Leadership Academy Fellow. As an academician, she is also a servant leader. She was awarded the 2014 Distinguished Faculty in Community Partnership Award for her contributions as a journal reviewer and service on the International Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma conference board. In 2012 she was awarded The Chicago School of Psychology's Faculty Award of Excellence by the President of the University for her contribution to teaching, research, and community outreach.Learn more and connect with Dr. Loren M. Hill here: