Headshot of Charlotte Hill

Charlotte Hill

Charlotte Hill is the interim director of the Democracy Policy Initiative at UC Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy, where she recently earned her Ph.D. At UC Berkeley, she focuses her research on expanding democratic access and equity through public policy. Her work has been featured in political science journals as well as in media outlets such as the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN and Vox. Before joining academia, Hill worked for various organizations, including Change.org and RepresentUs. She cofounded Fix Our House, a new education and advocacy campaign promoting proportional representation in Congress, and sat on the boards of nonpartisan election reform organizations FairVote and RepresentUs. She is the current vice president of the Oakland Public Ethics Commission and the former vice president of the San Francisco Elections Commission. As a contributor to Democracy Docket, Hill writes about how structural reforms impact American democracy.

Page 1 of 1