President and Chief Executive Officer at Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF)
Hattie Hill is President and Chief Executive Officer of Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF), the largest national organization focused on the advancement of women and gender parity on executive teams in the foodservice industry.
Hattie is an international leadership development expert, business owner, best-selling author and globally renowned thought leader.
Prior to Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF), she served as CEO of Hattie Hill Enterprises, Inc., a global management, human relations and leadership development firm that provided leadership development for thousands of senior leaders at numerous Fortune 500 companies and major organizations throughout North America and 51 countries—including such foodservice companies as McDonald’s, Frito-Lay, Aramark and Compass.
Hattie is regularly quoted in local and national news publications, including: The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. She has been recognized by several organizations including: Forbes Magazine, Ernst & Young, the Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce and Meeting Professionals International.
Her current and past board memberships include: the Federal Reserve, Emory University Gozuieta Business School, Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Society of International Business Fellows and past chair of the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau.