Fred Sherman believes that “…the most meaningful way to succeed is to help others succeed.”
A seasoned public affairs professional, he brings world class expertise in public policy, change management, collaborative leadership and tactical engagement.
He is principal of Hill Solutions, through which he helps individuals and organizations successfully navigate 21st century change. His portfolio includes national scale initiatives for Canada’s Digital Policy Forum, the Public Service Commission, Treasury Board, Health Canada, National Defence and the Parliament of Canada. He provides counsel to political stakeholders, public servants, business executives and academic institutions.
Notably, he is the only person to have had a hand in crafting BOTH the historic 1995 Black History Month and the 2014 Lincoln Alexander Day motions unanimously adopted by the Parliament of Canada.
Fred has served on community boards including the University of Windsor Board of Governors, the United Way, the Social Planning Council of Ottawa, and Leadership Ottawa. He was co-founder of a University of Ottawa Law Faculty Endowment Fund; and coaches youth in the Gloucester Cumberland Basketball Association.
A University of Windsor alumnus, Fred Sherman is partner to Denise Siele and proud father to Fred Sherman III.