Todd Hill
Todd Hill
Senior Policy Program Manager
Housing Finance Policy Center
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  • Outside Affiliations

  • Todd Hill returned to the Urban Institute’s Housing Finance Policy Center in May 2022 after serving three years at Noodle, a higher education technology firm, as interim general manager and director of operations.  

    Prior to joining Noodle in November 2019, Hill served three years as policy program manager with HFPC. Additionally, Todd served six years as senior director of government affairs with the Housing Policy Council, where he advocated on key mortgage and housing finance marketplace interests in legislative, regulatory, and judicial forums in our nation’s capital. For his distinguished work in government in Washington, Hill is an honorary admiral of the Texas Navy and an honorary colonel from the Commonwealth of Kentucky. 

    In 2010, Todd graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a BA in Political Science, and in that same year was competitively selected to serve as a Bill Archer Fellow where he lived, learned, and performed an internship for a full academic semester in Washington. In 2020, he earned an MA in Public Affairs in completing the Executive Master in Public Leadership program from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.

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    Outside Affiliations
    Stonewall Democrats of Dallas GPAC
    President Emeritus
    City of Dallas
    Alternate Representative to the City of Dallas Board of Adjustments

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