Anthony J. Hill
A citizen of the Gila River Indian Community (GRIC), Anthony J. Hill is a resident of Co-Op Village in District Six of the GRIC reservation near Laveen, Arizona. A graduate of Arizona State University College of Law, he currently serves as Chief Judge of the Gila River Indian Community and previously served as an Associate Judge for six years. As a judge, he handles criminal and civil matters and occasionally serves as an appellate judge. He served as the Vice-Chair and then Chair (beginning in 2008) for the Gila River Tribal Constitution Task Force. Over a period of three years, the Task Force held numerous meetings and forums and reviewed countless constitutions before creating a draft constitution.
Anthony has served GRIC in other capacities, beginning in 1997 with the District Seven Housing Committee, whose primary task was to provide housing to needy residents. He was appointed in 2005 to the Board of Directors for GRIC's Wild Horse Pass Development Authority, which provides oversight to the Community’s economic development area south of Phoenix, Arizona. He was chairperson of the District Six Executive Committee between 2001 and 2010 and currently serves as chairperson of the District Six Community Board.