Recordings of past events are available to view below or by visiting our YouTube channel.
February 2: Allie Griswold '11 and Connor Murdock '11 | Cheers to EntrepreneurshipLearn how two Hill classmates teamed up to bring the world an organic, portable mimosa with Mayne & Co.
February 9: Tom Walter '87 and Mike Barron '87 | Changing the World for GoodHear Mike and Tom's story of how they founded Get In The Game at time when inspiration and action were desperately needed.
February 16: Doug Bouquard '00 and Doug Brody '02 | Investments in Life
Two Hill Trustees, "the Dougs", discuss their career paths in the world of finance and the opportunity to serve the School they love.
Doug Bouquard has been a member of The Hill School Board of Trustees since 2006. He is a managing director for Goldman, Sachs & Co. Doug Brody has been a Trustee since 2015. He is a director at Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts in New York.
February 23: Megan Ruane '13 | From Washington to Pottstown and Back Again
Working for U.S. Representative Madeleine Dean, Megan will share how her work in Washington is linked to Pottstown
Megan is a Legislative Assistant with Congresswoman Madeleine Dean. While she may be more than 100 miles away from The Hill School campus, her job affords her with the unique opportunity of working to represent the area she used to call home.
March 2: Nicole Burns '05 | More Than a Google SearchHear how Nicole transitioned from JP Morgan Chase to Google and her work with Hill Trustees on diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
Nicole is a Strategic Partnership Development Manager at Google, where she leads Google Pay’s efforts to launch mobile transportation and access solutions globally.
March 9: Pinckney Benedict ’82 | You Can’t Take the Appalachian Out of the Boy: A Life’s Journey of Writing, Teaching & Learning
Pinckney’s award-winning career as a short story writer, novelist, and university professor has taken him from coast to coast, but his heart lies in his Appalachian heritage.
Pinckney has published a novel (Dogs of God) and three collections of short fiction, the most recent of which is Miracle Boy and Other Stories. He currently serves as professor in the MFA program and undergraduate fiction program at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.