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Numen Lumen l Tammy Hill l 3/11/2021

Tammy Hill, shares on the theme "Bridging to Hope". Tammy shares with us about her Family’s Legacy of Giving as a means toward Hope. We encourage you to share your thoughts and responses to our speaker in the comment section below!

For our music today, please enjoy Accapella ensemble SweetSignature's rendition of "Girl" by Maren Morris.



Tammy Hayes-Hill, has worked at Elon for 21 years. She is currently an Administrative Assistant in the Office of the Dean of Students with a great group of people and spent 17 years in the Residence Life Office with another great group of people. Her first year was in a Temporary position in the School of Communications in the Office of Television Services where she made long-lasting relationships as she was starting her career here at the University.


Tammy grew up here in Alamance County with her parents and 3 older brothers but has lived in the Southeast part of the state, in Whiteville, NC, and before making her home in Mebane, she had lived in Greensboro, NC.

In her off time, Tammy works with a local Non-Profit, The Occaneechi Tribe in which she is a member and enjoys her roles as a Tribal Council Member and the Website and Online Store Manager. Working here at the university and with a Non-Profit, Tammy understands the invaluable support of the community.


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