Sean Hill, a professional football player in the NFL from 1994-1997 garnished two WIOD Special Teams Player of the Year Awards for the Miami Dolphins and an Alternate to the Pro Bowl in 1995 as a special teams player. His work experience includes tutoring independent living skills and household organizational skills, Social Activities Coordinator; and he was the Resident Advisor for thirteen years for the College Living Experience (CLE), an independent post-secondary program for students who require additional support with academic, social and independent living skills. Sean provided intensive assistance to students with diverse learning abilities such as Autism Spectrum Asperger's, learning disabilities, and other developmental delays and special needs. He helped the students receive the support they needed to pursue post-secondary education and become independent adults.
Beginning his position at Miami Country Day School in July of 2011 Sean served as the Copy/Mail Manager, Assistant JV football Coach, Middle School basketball and football Assistant Coach. In 2014 he became Head Football Coach for the middle school and Head Football Coach for the varsity teams as well as Director of Football Operations. This summer he is proud to become the Director of a leadership program for children ages 10-18.
Earning a Bachelor's of Science degree in Administration at Barry University in 2012 with a specialization in Organizational Leadership and graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2014, Sean is currently continuing his education at Barry University, on track to graduate this May with a Master's of Arts in Administration, carrying a 3.8 GPA, and is in the process of applying to USC Rossier School of Education online program to pursue an EdD in Organizational Change and Leadership.
Miami Dolphins Youth Football Camp, South Florida Youth Football Camp, Sean Hill Football Camp, Sean Hill & Break Through Miami Football Camp, and the NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick football competition are some of the projects included on Sean's impressive philanthropic resume.
Sean's community activism includes involvement in many charities and charitable events organized by the Miami Dolphins and other former professional football players benefitting notable community organizations such as Boys & Girls Club, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Catch 81 Foundation, Reading for Literacy, D.A.R.E., The United Way, Habitat for Humanity, Project Medishare-Haiti Earthquake Relief, Autism Speaks, and SOS Children's Village.
Having recently been named to the Montana State Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2016, Sean still holds the 7th longest interception return for a touchdown and the longest punt return for a touchdown in Montana State football history, ranking in the top 10 all-time in career punt return yards, career kickoff return yards, kickoff return yards in a season two different times, career kickoff return average, and kickoff return yards average for a season. He also collected 2nd team All-Big Sky Conference return twice, 1st team All-Big Sky Conference Defense twice, and 1st team Kodak All-America 1993.
Sean and his beautiful wife Shannon have four children: daughters Shayne 21, Alayna 19, Khori 2, and a son Daryon 7 months.