Mr. Hillhouse is a dedicated professional with a diverse background in project management, strategic marketing, and fundraising, currently serving as the Director of Stewardship at The Pocket Testament League. His expertise in developing fundraising activity plans and strategic marketing initiatives has been instrumental in enhancing organizational brand and achieving company goals.
With a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from UTEP, Hillhouse combines his educational background with a hands-on approach to management and leadership. His skills in grant writing, fundraising, graphic design, and SEO have contributed to his success in various roles. His tenure at the Lydia Patterson Institute as the Director of Development and later as Development Coordinator showcases his ability to create effective mission-based strategies, manage large-scale projects, and leverage social media for effective communication and brand development.
Hillhouse’s earlier professional experiences include a role as a Private Investigator at Metropolitan Investigations, where he developed comprehensive investigation tactics and conducted both stationary and mobile surveillance. In his role as a CSO Agent at H&R Block Client Services, Hillhouse excelled in customer service, handling a high volume of client interactions and contributing to the company's overall success. His earlier service in the U.S. Army as a soldier, where he was involved in reconnaissance and combat operations in Afghanistan, and as a certified combatives instructor, underlines his discipline, adaptability, and leadership.
Hillhouse's varied career, marked by consistent organizational contributions, strategic vision, and a knack for enhancing engagement, positions him as a valuable asset to The Infinit™ Foundation. His experience in fundraising, project management, and strategic planning, coupled with his military background, equip him with the skills necessary to contribute meaningfully to the Foundation's mission to impact the entertainment sector.