Senior Advisor to the Provost at Brandeis University, Professor of Law
Anita Hill began her career in private practice in Washington, D.C. There, she also worked at the U. S. Education Department and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. In 1989, Hill became the first African American to be tenured at the University of Oklahoma, College of Law, where she taught contracts and commercial law. <br />
Currently, at Brandeis University, she teaches courses on gender, race, social policy and legal history. Along with Provost Steve A. N. Goldstein, Hill is responsible for implementing <em>Fulfilling the Promise: The Brandeis University Strategic Plan</em>. As counsel to Cohen Milstein, she advises on class action workplace discrimination cases. <br />
Hill’s latest book is <em>Reimagining Equality: Stories of Gender, Race and Finding Home </em>(Beacon Press, 2011).