Curtis Hill joined DRNC in April 2019 as an advocate for the agency’s emergency management and disaster relief efforts where he assisted people with disabilities affected by Hurricane Florence. In 2020, Hill expanded his role to focusing on helping North Carolinians with disabilities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Based in Columbus County, Hill provides local support to help overcome barriers, access funding, and secure much needed services. Hill is committed to DRNC reaching underserved communities across the state. Raised in Eastern North Carolina, he brings a personal connection to the community, as well as a wealth of nonprofit experience, to his role at DRNC. In his spare time, Hill is often seen marshalling collective action on community issues and advocating for local policy changes to advance the ideals of equity and social justice through various civic organizations in his community.
Disability Rights North Carolina is a legal advocacy organization that fights for the rights of people with disabilities in North Carolina.