Lea M. Hill was born in the fall of 1970 and grew up in Wallingford, Connecticut. She attended Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. She later moved to the north shore of Massachusetts and went back to Northeastern to earn an MBA while working full time in marketing and sales in Boston.
After many years of shutting down her intuitive abilities, Lea decided to embrace her true self and began to open up to Spirit and share her gifts with the world. She holds certifications in several energetic modalities, including Reiki, Vortex Healing, Angel Healing, and Melchizedeck Methods.
Lea is a faculty member and tutor/counselor at North Shore Community College for 'Project Access: Bridge to the Future', a non-credit program for students 18-26 years of age with intellectual disabilities which helps prepare them for meaningful employment and/or independent living.
As an autism advocate, Lea develops unique programs that help people connect with those who are nonverbal or have limited verbal capabilities. She offers presentations, classes, and workshops in "The Autism Spirit: Pathways to Connection through the Heart" for parents, professionals and caregivers of those on the autism spectrum and related disorders and "Building Bridges with Nonverbal People" for doctors, nurses, clinicians, therapists, and caregivers of those with an inability to communicate. Learn more at www.LeaMHill.com.