Michael Hill retired from The Washington Post in 2003, closing a 33-year career as an editor and feature writer. During that tenure, he served two terms as president of the Television Critics Association, a national organization of journalists who write about the TV industry and its programming.
While at the Post, Michael was awarded a Nieman Fellowship, a paid academic year at Harvard University, where he concentrated his studies in business and history. Since retiring, in addition to pursuing a number of hobbies, Michael has also sought opportunities to serve and support worthy organizations. It was in that spirit that he sought a seat on the board of the National Senior Games Association.