Selena Hill is an award-winning writer, on-air personality, and content creator with a passion for social justice and empowering marginalized communities. As the digital editor for Black Enterprise magazine, she covers current events, small businesses, education, and social issues. She also conducts on-camera interviews with Laila Ali, Spike Lee, Stacey Abrams, and other luminaries. She is the creator of the award-winning radio show and podcast, “Let Your Voice Be Heard!.” The live program focuses on political and cultural issues “from a diverse millennial perspective” and broadcasts on WHCR 90.3 FM and Facebook Live.
Hill also hosts the PBS series “What's Eating Harlem,” which highlights Harlem-ed entrepreneurs, tastemakers, and movers-and-shakers. The show airs on New York’s local PBS affiliate NYC Life.
Previously, Hill was a special election reporter covering the 2012 presidential race for GlobalGrind.com. She also freelanced for the New York Amsterdam News, one of the nation’s longest running historically Black newspapers.