BioRepresentative Calvin Hill was first elected as a member of the Georgia House of
Representatives in 2002. Prior to his legislative service, he had been Mayor of Ball Ground,
Georgia for two terms in the early 90’s. His civil service does not stop there, he has been a
member of the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce since 1987, Chairman of United
Way, President of the Canton Rotary Club, Director for the March of Dimes, Chairman of the
Cherokee Outdoor YMCA and has served on the boards of most non-profits in Cherokee
County and currently sits on the Board of Trustees of Reinhardt University.
In addition to his international business experience, Representative Hill was chosen as the
attaché for the Republic of Georgia Olympic Team and President of the Georgia National
Olympic Team for the 96 Games. He also led trade missions of business leaders to Georgia
and Indonesia throughout the 90’s.
Aside from being a state legislator, Representative Hill is an entrepreneur and has started
several domestic and international businesses. Perhaps one of the most interesting of these
businesses was a resort hotel located in Belize, Central America! Born in Sierra Nevada
Ordnance Depot in California, Representative Hill later moved to Arizona where he
attended college at Arizona State University and the University of Arizona majoring in
business. He obtained special training in engineering and demolition while in the United
States Marine Corp.
Calvin serves as Chairman of Code Revision; Member of Appropriations and Banks &
Banking; Budget & Fiscal Affairs Oversight-Secretary; Special Rules-Secretary and State
Calvin and his wife Cheryl moved to Georgia in 1986. They have 5 sons, a daughter and 3
grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild. Calvin’s mother also resides in the area.