Curtis Hill has worked in the field of Information Technology for more than 30 years, in positions of increased responsibility. He has worked for Digital Equipment Corporation, acquired by Compaq Computer Corporation, acquired by Hewlett Packard Corporation in software development, systems analysis, project and program management and customer service management. He has worked as a consultant to numerous Fortune 100 companies.
Prior to leaving Hewlett Packard to become the Executive Director at Concepts for Adaptive Learning, he was a Global Program Manager for a multi-million dollar customer program. There he managed a program team that oversaw planning, design, implementation and support to more than forty full-time Engineers, who maintained hardware and software on 14,000 computer systems and servers worldwide.
He has received numerous awards for technology and management excellence. Mr. Hill has been a Technology Advisor for the Connecticut Community Technical Colleges, and is a member of the Greater New Haven Educational Business Alliance and serves on the boards of the Greater New Haven Literacy Coalition and New Haven Family Alliance.
Hill is a community volunteer and mentor in 2 New Haven public schools. He and his family live in Cheshire, CT. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics.