Alec Hill is President Emeritus of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA. After serving as president for 14 years, he underwent a successful bone marrow transplant (with his brother, Grant, as donor) in 2015. His current role includes mentoring, advising, teaching and external representation.
Prior positions include serving as Dean of the School of Business and Economics and the Joe Hope Professor of Law and Ethics at Seattle Pacific University (SPU). He also served as Regional Director at World Relief and volunteer staff with Young Life.
He has a B.A. (history) from SPU as well as graduate degrees from the University of Washington (J.D.) and SPU (M.A. Biblical Studies).
Alec a trustee of Christianity Today, a member of Aspen Institute’s Religious Pluralism Project and a visiting faculty member at Regent College (Canada). He is author of Just Business: Christian Ethics for the Marketplace (IVP, with nearly 50,000 copies published in Russian, Korean, Chinese, Indonesian and English.
Honors include alumnus of the year awards from Young Life, SPU and Northwest University. He has also been SPU’s professor of the year.
Passions include his wife (Mary), two daughters (Laura and Carolyn), walking, reading history, travel and the ill-fated Seattle Mariners.