A graduate of the College of Law, Hill was appointed in 2019 to serve as the attorney general of the Cherokee Nation. Prior to that, she spent a decade in the Nation’s Office of the Attorney General and served as the Cherokee Nation’s first secretary of natural resources.
Hill’s legal career has been entirely in Indian country, where she has worked on a wide range of legal issues facing tribes. She has often focused on environmental and natural resources issues, including serving as counsel for the Nation in State of Oklahoma v. Tyson and Cherokee Nation v. Sequoyah Fuels. In recognition of her legal and environmental work, Hill has received numerous awards.