Marcia Hill is Lead Faculty-Area Chair for the ACCESS Program in the School of Advanced Studies. Marcia holds an Associates Degree in Commercial and Industrial Photography from Indiana Vocational Technical College, a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and a Masters in the Art of Teaching with an emphasis in secondary administration from Oakland City University. Marcia currently facilitates classes in the ACCESS program and as Lead Faculty Area Chair enjoys collaborating with other faculty to ensure success for students beginning the doctoral program. Marcia serves as dissertation chair and serves on dissertation committees with a focus on qualitative research studies. Marcia has been published in the Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education Journal, the Journal for Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Association for Alternative Education Journal. Marcia is currently involved in a program evaluation of the ACCESS program focusing on accessible student resources and student retention. Marcia collaborated with an alumni and co-presented at the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Marcia has been a long-time member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.