Lindenwood alumna chosen for White House as communications director

Paige Hill, a Lindenwood graduate, will serve as the senior regional communications director for the White House.

Biden-Harris campaign

Paige Hill, a Lindenwood graduate, will serve as the senior regional communications director for the White House.

Alexis Montgomery, Editor-in-Chief

Former Lindenwood student Paige Hill was recently announced as the senior regional communications director for the White House under president-elect Joe Biden’s cabinet.

Lindenwood University posted the announcement on social media Sunday afternoon. 

According to the Biden-Harris transition website, Hill recently served as senior advisor for communications in Georgia for post-election litigation and recount for the Biden-Harris campaign.

Hill also served as the South Carolina communications director for the Biden-Harris campaign. Before joining the campaign, Hill served as communications director to former Nashville Mayor Karl Dean for his 2018 bid for Governor in Tennessee.

Before moving into politics, Hill was a WKRN reporter in Nashville, Tennessee, for three years. During her time as an undergraduate student at Lindenwood, Hill was a student producer at LUTV and a reporter for Lindenlink. Hill graduated from Lindenwood in 2014.