County Executive, Fairfax County, Va.
About Bryan Hill
Bryan Hill serves as the County Executive of Fairfax County, VA, a jurisdiction of over 1.2 million residents. Prior to this role, Hill served in many senior leadership positions in the public sector and has an extensive background in financial management, strategic planning, and administration. With a proven track record of change leadership and innovation, Hill directs the operations of County departments, ensures excellent public service to residents, and fosters key partnerships to further the priorities of the Board of Supervisors. Upon assuming leadership of Fairfax County’s government administration, Hill undertook the first countywide strategic plan, incorporating feedback from internal and external stakeholders. This plan was adopted by the Board in 2021 and focuses on One Fairfax. Adopted by the Board of Supervisors in 2017, One Fairfax ensures that equity is at the forefront of long-lasting County decisions. Further, Hill is the only county manager to manage two counties able to achieve and maintain a AAA Bond rating—one county with a population of fewer than 100K residents, and the other with a population of over a million residents.
Holding a B.A. from Alfred University and a master’s in public administration from the University of Southern California, Hill was recently inducted into Alfred University’s Hall of Fame, and currently serves on that University’s Board of Trustees. Hill serves on the Board of the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation and the George Mason University MPA Advisory Board, resides in Fairfax County, plays basketball recreationally, and has three adult children.