BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation has promoted Lauren Hill to the position of Senior Vice President, effective immediately.

Hill joined the SAF administration in November 2022 with more than 15 years of experience in the nonprofit fundraising field. She has worked in multiple aspects of fundraising including corporate and donor relations, strategic partnerships, special events, sales, marketing, communications, and branding for the Firearms Policy Coalition, Safari Club International, Better Business Bureau, International Sports Council, MLB and the NFL.

A resident of Southern California, Hill has considerable experience in promotion and outreach. As an outdoor enthusiast, Hill pursued her personal passion for hunting, fishing, shooting and other conservation efforts through ReelCamo Girl, an online community of sportswomen she founded in 2015. She holds a master’s degree in business administration/marketing from the University of Phoenix and bachelor’s degree in communications from John Carroll University.

Hill will continue serving as vice president of development for the foundation, taking on additional responsibilities in the overall SAF operation, according to SAF Executive Director Adam Kraut.

“Over the past year, Lauren has been an instrumental part of building the future of SAF,” Kraut noted. “Her willingness, enthusiasm, and initiative to tackle projects beyond the boundaries of the development program, ideas for new organizational functions, and vision for the future have demonstrated that she rightfully belongs in a position that will help guide SAF through the future. I am pleased to have Lauren accept such a material role and look forward to seeing her continue to push the organization to new levels through her devotion to SAF and our mission.”

“Since coming aboard 15 months ago, Lauren has been a dynamic addition to our team,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “Her experience, energy and drive has helped SAF move forward in so many ways, especially as we’ve entered our 50th year of operation. She will be essential to setting SAF’s course in the years ahead.”