Brock Hill

RRSC Member

Brock Hill is the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation’s deputy commissioner for parks and conservation, a position in which he oversees Tennessee's 54 award-winning state parks and 82 state natural areas.

A native of Cumberland County, Hill brings a valuable combination of local government and small business experience reflecting 16 years as Cumberland County mayor and more than 20 as operator of a family-owned small business in Crossville. As Cumberland County mayor (1994-2010) Hill successfully led a growing county recognized for its successful strategic planning and thoughtful regional cooperation in the areas of economic and community development, workforce development, public health and water-resource planning.  Over the past ten years, he has also been instrumental in developing the Crossville region’s reputation as the “Golf Capitol of Tennessee."

Hill is a recognized and respected advocate for parks, recreation and historical preservation and has been a long-time board member for the Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation as well as a member of the Advisory Board for Middle Tennessee State University's Center for Historic Preservation.

Hill holds a bachelor's degree in business management from Auburn University.

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