Ranlyn Tilley Hill, J.D.


I believe that nonprofits and the people who shape them have a unique capacity to change communities. We are seeking the “X” Factor – the exponential impact that one organization can have on a multitude of lives.
— Ranlyn Tilley Hill
  • 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©
  • Passionate about family, well-being and the concept of legacy. Addicted to Downton Abbey and Winston Churchill biographies.