Marvin Hill, Jr.
Strategic Consultant/National Public Relations Manager
Marvin joined Humana in 2004 and currently manages public relations, media and strategic communications for Humana and its Central Region, National Sponsorships, Group Wellness segment and Go365 wellness program. Marvin established and managed Humana’s relationship with KaBOOM!, a national nonprofit dedicated to play. The multi-year relationship yielded hundreds of volunteer hours for associates who worked together to build 53 multigenerational playgrounds across the US. Partnering with KaBOOM! also landed Marvin an opportunity to represent Humana at the White House.
Marvin previously worked in Humana’s human resources division as one of the founders of Humana’s leadership development program, “Infusion.” The program included recruiting top-tier MBAs from high-ranking business schools including the Wharton School of Business, University of Chicago and Harvard’s School of Public Health, to name a few. Marvin also served as a founding member and co-president of IMPACT, Humana’s African-American Network Resource Group.
Marvin came to Humana from the Chicago Sun-Times after building a 15-year career as an award-winning newspaper photojournalist, editor and director. He photographed or edited content from major news events including President Clinton's campaign for the White House, The Kentucky Derby, NCAA and professional athletics as well as tragic events like 9/11.
Marvin has an undergraduate journalism degree from Indiana University and a MBA from Purdue. Most recently, Marvin was accepted into Page Up, an exclusive organization developing the next generation of senior communication leaders and now serves on the organization’s operating committee. Marvin is also the board secretary for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana and has served on the board since 2008.
In 2015, Marvin ran his first half marathon and earned a brown belt in Taekwondo. Marvin is married to wife, Melissa and has raised three awesome children, students of opera, photojournalism and music production.