Since 2014, Hillary has worked to build the capacity of Vermont nonprofits to effectively use Results-Based Accountability (RBA) to strengthen their performance. She has trained and coached hundreds of organizations in the use of RBA, and teaches “Outcomes and Evaluations for Learning Organizations” at Marlboro Graduate College. She has presented her work nationally and internationally, and is a member of the Vermont Accountability Group steering committee and the Vermont Data Collaborative.
Hillary joined the Spectrum board in 2016 to learn and to be of service to her community. She currently serves on the board of the Vermont Foodbank, and previously served as co-chair of the board of the Pride Center of Vermont. Hillary has been a community-based mentor since 2011. She lives in Colchester with her wife and dog, and when not working can be found on stage performing stand up comedy, tromping around in the woods, or attempting DIY house projects.