About Mark Hill
Mark graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelors of Architecture in 1986 and moved to the Washington, DC where he met his wife, Mia, of twenty-eight years. Twenty-five years ago, Mia, Mark, and their daughter Rachel relocated to Valley Ranch to be closer to family. Two years later, they made the decision to move to Coppell for the outstanding schools and the wonderful way of life that is offered here. Over, the years Mark has been active in the community devoting time to coaching a variety of youth sports teams and being a long time board member for the city's largest largest homeowners association.
For over five years, Mark was been an integral member of the Coppell City Council and is currently the mayor pro tem. He has served as council liaison to Metrocrest Services, Woven Health Care, LISD, and CFBISD.
Mark is a licensed architect with over 34 years experience. He has successfully managed large design teams and projects in excess of $110 million. Some projects of local note are; Texas's largest new high school with over 520,000 square feet of space and the First Baptist Church of Coppell (now Gracepoint Church). Mark was also instrumental in the design of the Coppell Biodiversity Education Center.