Frederick Hill, a lawyer, is a man who firmly believes in reinvention as part of a joyous, productive life. Previously, he has worked as State Trooper in Pennsylvania, an adjunct professor, practiced law, lobbied Congress and spent more than 20 years in senior executive marketing and communications positions with Fortune 50 firms, including McDonnell Douglas (now part of The Boeing Company) and J.P. Morgan Chase.
After leaving Chase in 2006, Fred developed real estate in the British Virgin Islands, owned and operated a restaurant in Manhattan and self-published a Mystery-Thriller novel entitled Bank Notes. He lives in Scottsdale with his girlfriend Simone and their three dogs and spends most summers in Long Island. In addition to his passion for working with clients, Fred enjoys cycling, cooking and writing.