Cameron Hill came to Valor Collegiate Academies by way of New Orleans, LA, where he
previously held the position of Director of Athletics in Plaquemines Parish Public Schools.
Cameron received numerous honors while in his previous position including being named 30 under 30 Athletic Directors for transformational leadership and Phillips 66 Educator of the Year for 2018. Cameron also previously coached boys basketball, leading them to a school record for wins and parish championship. He coached a McDonald’s All-American nominee and several collegiate basketball players.
Prior to his time in New Orleans, Cameron worked in Bristol, Connecticut as a Content Associate Producer for sports television giant ESPN, Inc. During his time at ESPN, Cameron worked on several EMMY award-winning shows including His & Hers, SportsCenter, E60, First Take, Numbers Never Lie and SportsNation. Cameron completed his Bachelor’s Degree from Loyola University where he majored in Mass Communication. At Loyola, Cameron was a member of the Men’s Basketball team. He received several on- and off-court honors for his athletic career, including NABC Honors Court, Academic All-American, Champions of Character Sportsmanship Award, All-Conference, Academic All-Conference. He then went on to receive his Master of Science Degree in Sports Administration from St. Thomas University in Miami where he graduated summa cum laude.
Currently, Cameron serves as an Ambassador Board member of the Nashville Coaching Coalition and as a State Board Member of the Tennessee Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (TIAAA). He serves as the NIAAA Liaison for the TIAAA Board. He was previously the Chair for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Cameron was a member of the Host Committee for the National Athletic Directors Conference in 2022. He is a Certified Master Athletic Administrator (CMAA) by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA). He is a participant in the NIAAA Quality Program Award cohort, a program designed to help schools earn their QPA, a prestigious distinction given be the NIAAA. In 2023, he earned the NIAAA State Award of Merit for Tennessee.
Cameron has dedicated his career to servant leadership and being a change agent in interscholastic sports. His personal aspiration is to help student-athletes and coaches find their worth beyond the scoreboard and firmly believes in valuing people over performance.
Cameron is originally from the South Side of Chicago, IL, and currently lives in Nashville with his wife Cassidy, daughter Zuri, and son, Cameron Jr.