Ranlyn Tilley Hill, J.D.
Problem solving skills developed representing business, employment, real estate development, construction and nonprofit clients in civil litigation for seven years.
Over 20 years of experience in advising over 200 tax- exempt organizations and social ventures.
Special expertise in structuring transitional teams including interim functions (executive leadership, operations/finance, administration, and development).
Organizational development work including assessments, reorganizations, infrastructure build out and identification of “what it will take.”
Strategic insights and skills in building infrastructure for and moving organizations to the “next level.”
Particular expertise in facilitation and working with boards.
Works daily with CEOs. CFOs, CPAs, Legal Counsel, Advisors and Board Chairs to address complex financial, operational and governance issues.
Graduate of University of California at Los Angeles and Loyola Law School.
Alumna of the Center for Nonprofit Management’s Inaugural Coaching for Nonprofits Program.
Trained in facilitation at the Strauss Institute for Conflict Resolution at Pepperdine University.
Certified in the Process Communication Model©
Ranlyn is proud to be a member of Southern California Grantmakers
Passionate about family, well-being and the concept of legacy. Addicted to Downton Abbey and Winston Churchill biographies.