Brig. Gen. F. Carlos Hill of Arlington elected to Clemson Alumni Association board
CLEMSON, South Carolina – The Clemson Alumni Association has selected Brig. Gen. F. Carlos Hill as one of its five new members to serve on its board of directors. His three-year term began July 1.
Hill is originally from Ninety Six, South Carolina, and now lives in Arlington. He earned a B.S. from Clemson in civil engineering in 1986 and a M.S. in management and human relations from Abilene Christian University in 1991. He currently works in the Pentagon as the mobilization assistant to the legislative liaison for the U.S. Air Force Reserve. Hill also serves as director of reserve policy integration for the Department of the Air Force. He was promoted to brigadier general in 2015.
At Clemson University, Hill was in the Air Force ROTC and was a member of Scabbard and Blade, vice commander of the Arnold Air Society, a DJ for WSBF radio, a resident assistant for Student Life, and a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. He has remained involved in the university as a member of Clemson Corps and DC/Baltimore Clemson Club.
The alumni board has 24 members and is the governing body for the Clemson Alumni Association. Primary responsibilities of the board include general oversight of the programs and initiatives of the association, financial audit and review, the establishment of governing policies and strategic planning.
The Clemson Alumni Association is an open-membership, nonprofit organization. Since its inception in 1896, the program has connected members of the Clemson family, inspiring pride, celebrating achievement, providing service and strengthening relationships. Learn more at www.clemson.edu/alumni.