September 12, 2013
Faces of Fauquier: One day, he might run a company
FHS Class of 2010 graduate Anthony Hill hopes to complete his bachelor’s degree at Radford or VCU.
A person I look up to very much is Howard Shultz, chairman and CEO of Starbucks. He is able to be very business-driven while maintaining social, ethical, and environmental integrity.
Anthony Hill knows responsibility. As shift supervisor at the Warrenton Village Starbucks, he makes sure employee shifts flow smoothly, makes coffee, gives employee breaks, works the cash register and cleans.
“I love being able to come in contact with many people from several walks of live. It definitely makes my job much more interesting,” Mr. Hill says.
Pursuing a degree in business, he regards Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Shultz as a role model.
Shift supervisor at the Warrenton Village Starbucks for nearly a year and a half.
• Why you do the job?
I love being able to come in contact with many people from several walks of life. It definitely makes my job much more interesting.
Mom, Sybrina Hill; dad, William Hamm, and two sisters, Kaitlan, 11, and Amaya, 4.
Fauquier High School graduate, 2010. “I am finishing up my third year at Lord Fairfax Community College, pursuing a degree in business. I hope to attend either Radford University or Virginia Commonwealth University.”
• Civic and/or church involvement
I don’t really do anything civic or attend church. I used to when in high school but now I don’t really have time.
• How long have you lived in Fauquier?
• Why do you live here?
I live in Fauquier County because that’s where I spent most of my school years.
• How do you describe this county?
Fairly country-styled and quiet.
• What would you change about Fauquier?
I’m not really sure. I feel like Fauquier County is still growing into a more entertaining place to live.
• What do you do for fun?
Normally I just hang around with friends and family.
• What’s your favorite place in Fauquier?
I prefer Old Town Warrenton. When walking down the street, it is almost like walking back in time.
• What will Fauquier be like in 10 years?
I feel like Fauquier will eventually get a mall or movie theatre.
• Favorite TV show?
Anything involving a cartoon. I normally like to watch “Duck Dynasty” or “Family Guy.”
• Favorite Movie?
There are too many great movies out there to limit one as my all-time favorite.
• Favorite book?
“Paradise Lost” by John Milton.
• Favorite vacation spot?
I have never really been on vacation.
• Favorite flavor of ice cream?
Cookies and cream.
• Who’s your hero and why?
I’m not sure. There are so many amazing people in the world to learn from and respect. A person I look up to very much is Howard Shultz, chairman and CEO of Starbucks. He is able to be very business-driven while maintaining social, ethical, and environmental integrity.
• What would you do if you won $1 million in the lottery?
Keep working and use the money as a security blanket.
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