Miah Hill is a third year law student at Southern University Law School. Although born in Biloxi, Mississippi, Ms. Hill was raised all over the country due to both of her parents being active duty in the United States Air Force.
As the oldest of four, Ms. Hill was born to be a leader. She was the first in her family to go straight to college from high school, and received a full ride scholarship to play volleyball while doing so. Not only was Ms. Hill a leader on the court, she also lead in class as she received the Academic Achievement award. As Class Vice President and Captain of the volleyball and basketball team to becoming an Executive Board member of the African American Student Affairs Organization at her alma mater, the University of Arizona, Ms. Hill’s leadership carried with her to law school.
During her matriculation at SULC, Ms. Hill’s leadership and admiration for the law remain prevalent. As an incoming freshman Ms. Hill was elected as Class Representative and volunteered for the Black Caucus of Louisiana. As a second year student, Ms. Hill became Co-Chair of the Community Service Committee and a member of the Sports and Entertainment Legal Association. With her admiration for the law and enjoyment of the sports and entertainment field, Ms. Hill’s appreciation and interest in this genre increased greatly.
As her parents successfully pursued their careers in the Air Force by becoming Chiefs, Ms. Hill aspires to achieve similar success in her legal career.