“I’m always thankful that I have the passion and the desire to inform, educate, inspire and encourage others to not only live but thrive.”
Gabriel Hill is a Program Coordinator in the Los Angeles County office. He serves on the Smoke-free Outdoor Area Project, which reduces exposure to secondhand smoke– to change social norms surrounding tobacco use and address tobacco-related diseases such as cancer and heart disease. He attended school at American InterContinental University, in Atlanta, GA, and the University of California, Los Angeles, and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Media Communication. Since graduating, he has been involved with several nonprofits, organizations, and city councils. Gabriel’s journey has been rewarding, and he has developed a more profound respect for unity, positivity, and community. During his free time, Gabriel enjoys riding his beach cruiser to the beach, listening to music, watching the waves roll in, and soaking up the sun.