Susan Cole Hill, BA, AULA Trustee

Guest Lecturer
MA in Nonprofit Management


AULA Trustee
Antioch University Los Angeles

Susan is an independent business consultant. She is the former vice president of Global Human Resources & Organizational Development for the Walt Disney Company, which she joined in 1994. She has served on the AULA Board of Trustees since September of 2012.

Previous positions include director of Global Staffing and Diversity for the Walt Disney Company and managing consultant for Brentwood International and Conquest Associates, Inc., directing long-term minority recruiting programs instrumental in assisting Fortune 100 clients to meet EEOC requirements.

Susan’s work in support of nonprofits includes serving as board president for the California African American Museum; chapter president of The Links Incorporated; and consultant to the Los Angeles County Department of Social Services. She also served two terms as board president of Haven House, the first-ever shelter for mothers and children in the United States.

Susan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in English and Mass Communications from Towson State University. She loves live jazz music, reading mysteries, and playing with her dogs.

Topic: “But What Will the Board Say About It?…The Board’s Role in Governing Program”
November 11, 2014